Movies of note this week.
Weird news of the week.
Getting Away From The ‘Sea of White Dudes’: Dwellings Festival showcases talented femmes, people of color, and queer people
The Northampton Center for the Arts became a microcosm of art, poetry, and music for 10 hours on Saturday at the first Dwellings Arts Festival.
“Especially when compared to other portrayals of people with autism, I think this play is a lot less tone deaf,” says Sunshine Schneider, who like her character is “a person with autism navigating a neuro-typical world.”
Luis talks about reporting the story on Whately strip club Club Castaway.
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Staff Picks: Mill River Rounders, Skate or Paint 2019, Indian classical music, and a ‘Diversity in Art’ exhibit
The Mill River Rounders will be bringing its blend of banjo, washtub bass, and guitar old-timey/bluegrass stylings to Easthampton’s Mill 180 Park this Friday night.
It really wasn’t until the 2010s that an interest in these craft beer trends really exploded in London.
Amherst Cinema will host a screening of Buddies, an important but little-seen 1985 film that was the first feature-length film to tackle the AIDS crisis in America.