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Listings Friday, May 31, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

Acoustic Middle Tickle (5:30pm); Barry Kenny, Glen Harvey & Greg Clarke (8:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

All Request: DJ RocketBoy, Lottie’s Place

Blacky O’Leary (6pm); Steve Davis (10pm), Kelly’s Pub

Clean Sheets, Trapper John’s Pub

Corey Pike (singer-songwriter), 8:30pm, no cover, Second Cup

Digital Dan (video dance), 11pm, Velvet

DJ A-Read, Annexe

DJ Alligator, Club V

DJ J-Oh, Dusk Ultra Lounge

DJ Scrappy, Turkey Joe’s

DJ Sina, Sundance

Jenny Gear and Sandy Morris (acoustic), 8pm, $25, Leaside Manor

Joanna Barker, Gianna Lauren, Nautical Nellie’s

Karaoke, 10pm, Georgetown Pub

Karaoke, 10pm, Karaoke Kops Party Bar

Klassy Dirt, 2am, Liquid

Rob Cook (4pm); Damian Follett (8pm); Greg Tobin & Jeremy Dicks, Green Sleeves Pub

Soul Night: Water St Parade, Steve Maloney, 11pm, The Ship

Superstars, Club One

The Brains (Montreal psychobilly/horrorpunk), The Brat Attack (punk), Uneeda (punk), The Undesirables, Dodgeband, 9pm, $10/$12, CBTGs

The Motorleague (Moncton), Crowface, Fuck The System, 9pm, Distortion

The Novaks (rock), Spitula Clark, 11pm, $10/$15, Rock House

The Rolling Kings, 10:30pm, Bridie Molloy’s

The Salty Dolls & The Moonshine Men (country, rock & roll), 7pm, Rose & Thistle
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Community

Mall Walkers Club (Seniors Resource Centre) Walk followed by refreshments and guest speaker. Transportation available, 737-2333 (Thu May 31)

Manufactured Right Here Exhibition: 22nd-annual exhibition of locally manufactured goods, free, ReMax Centre-135 Mayor Ave (Fri May 31)
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On Stage

Avenue Q (Best Kind Prod) Story of a group of 20-somethings making their way in the big city, trying to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life, all told by puppets, directed by Timothy Matson, $27, LSPU Hall-3 Victoria St (Thu May 30 to Sun Jun 2 at 7:30pm; matinee performances Sat Jun 1 and Sun Jun 2 at 2pm)

Rum & Vodka (GraveYard Shift Prod) A one-man tragicomedy by Conor McPherson following a hopeless alcoholic played by Darren Ivany through a drunken weekend after a breakdown at work, directed by Aiden Flynn, $20/$22/$25, Barbara Barrett Theatre-Arts & Culture (Wed May 29 to Fri May 31 at 7pm)

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On Display

Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

The Roaring Twenties — Heels, Hemlines and High Spirits: The post-war era infused society and fashion with an energetic modernity. Exhibition of the wardrobe and widening horizons of the “new woman”, especially in footwear, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening Sat May 25)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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On Screen

Now You See Me: Louis “The Transporter” Leterrier loves magic supergroups. No, not the Traveling Wilburys. This concerns a group of magicians (lead by Jesse Eisenberg) who pull off Ocean’s 11-style heists…but with doves! (May 31)
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Listings Thursday, May 30, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

Adam Martin, The Grapevine

Blacky O’Leary (6:30pm); Steve Davis (9pm), Kelly’s Pub

Carl Peters & Bob Taylor (8pm), Middle Tickle (10:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

Chris Picco (The Beach CD release), Sherry Ryan, Craig Young, 8pm, $10, Fat Cat Blues Bar

Chad Murphy & Chris Ryan, Brimstone Public House

DeeJay JayCee, Turkey Joe’s

DJ Code, 11pm, Club V

Gianna Lauren, 7:30pm, $8, Fixed

Jason Lacour (6:30pm); Dave White & Carl Peters (11pm), Green Sleeves Pub

Karaoke, 10pm, Big Ben’s Pub

Mick Davis (rock), free, Republic

Noise Terror 6: Al Strongbow, Sarah Harris, Jeff O’Leary, Reggie Cooper, Riot Wyatt, 9pm, $5, CBTGs

Open Decks, Annexe

PotemTole (moombahsoul, nu-disco), no cover, The Grapevine

Tear It Up Thursdays: Open Mic & Showcases, 8pm, Krugers Bar-Kelligrews

The Skylarks (instrumental ska/reggae), The Levee
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Community

Happy City AGM: Happy City will elect its new board of directors, plus the debut of the “My Happy City Is” campaign will occur that night, free, Rocket Room-272 Water St (Thu May 30 at 7pm)

Leukemia Therapy Lecture: Dr. Kevin Curran on “Adoptive T-Cell Therapy: How Your Immune System Can Cure Cancer”, free, GEO Centre-175 Signal Hill Rd (Thu May 30 at 6:30pm)

Public Lantern-Making Workshops: Learn how to make a lantern to be used in the 2013 Lantern Festival, free, Victoria Park Pool House (Mon May 27 & Thu May 30 from 6:30pm to 9pm)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)

Trivia Nights: Rose & Thistle on Tuesdays; Bitters on Thursdays at 8pm
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On Stage

Avenue Q (Best Kind Prod) Story of a group of 20-somethings making their way in the big city, trying to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life, all told by puppets, directed by Timothy Matson, $27, LSPU Hall-3 Victoria St (Thu May 30 to Sun Jun 2 at 7:30pm; matinee performances Sat Jun 1 and Sun Jun 2 at 2pm)

Rum & Vodka (GraveYard Shift Prod) A one-man tragicomedy by Conor McPherson following a hopeless alcoholic played by Darren Ivany through a drunken weekend after a breakdown at work, directed by Aiden Flynn, $20/$22/$25, Barbara Barrett Theatre-Arts & Culture (Wed May 29 to Fri May 31 at 7pm)

Tango on the Edge: A social gathering to dance Argentine tango, $7, Arts & Culture Centre (Thursdays at 8:30pm & Sundays at 7pm)
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On Display

Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

The Roaring Twenties — Heels, Hemlines and High Spirits: The post-war era infused society and fashion with an energetic modernity. Exhibition of the wardrobe and widening horizons of the “new woman”, especially in footwear, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening Sat May 25)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Listings Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

Blacky O’Leary (7pm); Arthur & Fred (10:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

Dave White (6:30pm); Damian Follett (10pm), Green Sleeves Pub

Epic Wednesday: Joanna Barker, Len O’Neil, Pete Mills, Micah Brown, 11pm, $5, Distortion

Folk Night: Trad Session hosted by Stan Pickett, 9pm, The Ship

Jeremy Dicks, Brimstone Public House

The Great Casavant Organ: Bach to the 20th Century with David Drinkell, 1:15pm, free, Anglican Cathedral

Traditional Session featuring Stan Pickett, 9pm, The Ship

Whiskey Wednesdays: Chris Kearsey, Dust Radio, Dusty Trails, 8pm, The Levee

Wolfpack Wednesdays: Open mic/jam, 10pm, no cover, CBTGs
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Community

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)

The Rooms: Free admission, 9 Bonaventure Ave 757-8000 (Wednesdays 6pm-9pm)
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On Stage

7 New Plays by 7 New Playwrights (Words in Edgewise) Playwright Robert Chafe hosts an evening of fresh new plays created in his Advanced Playwriting course at MUN, featuring the work of Jon Aylward, Emily Bridger, Jana Gillis, Morgan Murray, Gary Newhook, Melanie Oates, and Issa Russell, pwyc, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr (Wed May 29 at 8pm)

Rum & Vodka (GraveYard Shift Prod) A one-man tragicomedy by Conor McPherson following a hopeless alcoholic played by Darren Ivany through a drunken weekend after a breakdown at work, directed by Aiden Flynn, $20/$22/$25, Barbara Barrett Theatre-Arts & Culture (Wed May 29 to Fri May 31 at 7pm)
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On Display

Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

The Roaring Twenties — Heels, Hemlines and High Spirits: The post-war era infused society and fashion with an energetic modernity. Exhibition of the wardrobe and widening horizons of the “new woman”, especially in footwear, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening Sat May 25)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Listings Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

Anthony McDonald, Brimstone Public House

Dave White, 10pm, Green Sleeves Pub

Kevin Evans & Darryl Power (7pm), Connemara (10:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

Oh Hay Tuesday: Thomas Halfyard, Nick Hopkins, Adam Giles, Navigator Black, Danielle Trouble, 10pm, CBTGs

Open Mic, 10pm, Grumpy Stump Pub

Stan Pickett & His Rocket Players, no cover, 12:30pm, Rocket Bakery
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Community

Astral-Knots: Hand craft group invites participants of all skill levels, free, Orbit Rm-Rocket Bakery-272 Water St (Tuesdays at 7pm)

Future By Design: Webcast panel discussion exploring the relationship between information and design, College of the North Atlantic-153 Ridge Rd (Tue May 28 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm)

Little Toot Tuesdays: Crafts, stories and games, Railway Coastal Museum-495 Water St (Tuesdays in May at 1pm)

NAACAP AGM: The Northeast Atlantic Coastal Action Program is hosting its annual meeting to tackle issues pertaining to the watershed and coastal areas, free/all welcome, Elks Club-Carpasian Rd (Tue May 28 at 7pm)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)

Tots Program: Big fun for little people, The Rooms 757-8000 (Tuesdays at 10:30am)

Trivia Nights: Rose & Thistle on Tuesdays; Bitters on Thursdays at 8pm
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On Stage

Spring Tides Reading: Marjorie Doyle, author of “A Doyle Reader: Writings From Home and Away” and Marshall Godwin, author of “The Mark of Time” will read from their works, The Ship-265 Duckworth St (Tue May 28 at 7:30pm)

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On Display

Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

The Roaring Twenties — Heels, Hemlines and High Spirits: The post-war era infused society and fashion with an energetic modernity. Exhibition of the wardrobe and widening horizons of the “new woman”, especially in footwear, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening Sat May 25)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Listings Monday, May 27, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

Damian Follett, 10pm, Green Sleeves Pub

Hugh Scott (7pm); Anthony McDonald & Ronnie Power (10:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

Justin Fancy, Brimstone Public House

Open Mic: Hosted by MusicNL, The Ship
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Community

Botanical Garden Annual General Meeting: Featuring light refreshments and a presentation by Dave Lane, free, 306 Mount Scio Rd (Mon May 27 at 7pm)

Public Lantern-Making Workshops: Learn how to make a lantern to be used in the 2013 Lantern Festival, free, Victoria Park Pool House (Mon May 27 & Thu May 30 from 6:30pm to 9pm)

St John’s City Council Meeting: Refer to Council Agenda at www.stjohns.ca (posted Friday afternoon), Public welcome, City Hall-Council Chambers (Mondays at 4:30pm)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)
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On Display

Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

The Roaring Twenties — Heels, Hemlines and High Spirits: The post-war era infused society and fashion with an energetic modernity. Exhibition of the wardrobe and widening horizons of the “new woman”, especially in footwear, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening Sat May 25)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Listings Sunday, May 26, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

20th-Anniversary Concert: Quintessential Vocal Ensemble, plus cellist Nathan Cook and Holy Heart Chamber Choir, 7:30pm, $20/$18, Cochrane Street United Church

Blacky O’Leary, 7pm, Kelly’s Pub

Chad Murphy, Brimstone Public House

Chris Hennessey (7pm), Arthur & Fred (10:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

Damian Follett, 11pm, Green Sleeves Pub

Les Ms. Choir, Holy Heart of Mary Alumnae Choir, 7:30pm, $20, St. Andrew’s Church

Open Jam, The Levee

Open Mic/Vegan Potluck, Board Games, 9pm, no cover, CBTGs

Traditional Session: With Fergus Brown-O’Byrne & Danny Mills, 3pm, O’Reilly’s Pub

Wesley United Church Choir, 6:50pm, Wesley United Church
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Community

Children’s Read-Along: Songs and stories with Debbie Hanlon, free, Rocket Bakery-272 Water St (Sundays at 10am)

Lantern Builders’ Union Local 709: Special workshop time for the construction of large lanterns and other Lantern Festival special projects, free, Victoria Park Pool House http://lanternfest.ca (Sundays from 2pm to 5pm)

Le Café Français: French speakers and francophiles to meet up and chat. Look for the small Quebecois flag, Atlantic Pace (Sundays at 3pm)

May Flowers: Discover how plants and animals work together in nature, Fluvarium-5 Nagle’s Pl 754-3474 (Saturdays and Sundays in May at 1:30pm)

Plant Showcase: Self-guided tour to see what’s available for the 2013 season, free, Murray’s Garden Centre-1525 Portugal Cove Rd 895-2800 (Sat May 25 from 9am to 6pm and Sun May 26 from 11am to 5pm)

Signs of Spring: Ducklings have appeared on Oxen Pond, flowers are blooming, and birds are singing. Check out the Botanical Garden’s annual spring family program, with crafts, stories, nature hikes, and duck-feeding excursions throughout the day, free admission for kids, 306 Mount Scio Rd 864-8590 (Sun May 26 from 10am to 4pm)

Spring Flower Show: Members of the NL Horticultural Society welcome spring with a display of flowers, free, MUN Botanical Garden-306 Mount Scio Rd 864-8590 (Sat May 25 from 12pm to 5pm and Sun May 26 from 10am to 4pm)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)

Walk for Memories: Fundraising and awareness event hosted by the NL Alzheimer Society in honour or memory of loved ones who have lived with the disease, Kenny’s Pond 1-877-776-0608 (Sun May 26 at 2pm)

Young Musician Open Mic: Hosted by Denielle Hann, Shamrock City Pub (Sundays at 2pm)

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On Stage

Tango on the Edge: A social gathering to dance Argentine tango, $7, Arts & Culture Centre (Thursdays at 8:30pm & Sundays at 7pm)

Toopy and Binoo and the Marshmallow Moon: Theatrical production based on the bestselling children’s books by Dominique Jolin, $40/$35, Mile One Centre (Sat May 25 at 1pm /4pm / 7pm & Sun May 26 at 1pm)
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On Display

Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Photography Exhibition: Exhibition of photos from the Rock Can Roll 2009 festival by tristin_n_g photography, Hava Java-258 Water St 753-5282 (Ends Mon May 27)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

The Roaring Twenties — Heels, Hemlines and High Spirits: The post-war era infused society and fashion with an energetic modernity. Exhibition of the wardrobe and widening horizons of the “new woman”, especially in footwear, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening Sat May 25)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Listings Saturday, May 25, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

All Request: DJ RocketBoy, Lottie’s Place

BassicK: Slim Mach, Steve Murray & Taner Churchill (up-tempo tekfunk), 9pm, Annexe

Blacky O’Leary (5:30pm); Steve Davis (9pm), Kelly’s Pub

Dave White (6:30pm), Justin Fancy, Johnny Dale & Chris Ryan (10:30pm), Green Sleeves Pub

Dance Mix Dance Party feat. DJ Paul Bunyan, McMaster BeeBop, 10pm, The Levee

DeeJay JayCee, Turkey Joe’s

DJ Colin, Annexe

DJ Electro, 2am, Liquid

DJ Fabian, 11pm, Velvet

Hugh Scott (5pm), Bob Taylor & Carl Peters (8pm), Shamrock City Pub

DJ J-Oh, Dusk Ultra Lounge

Karaoke, 10pm, Georgetown Pub

Karaoke, 10pm, Karaoke Kops Party Bar

Mick Davis & His Skinny Jims (‘50s rock and roll), no cover, Nautical Nellie’s

Mother Pearl, Trapper John’s Pub

Practical Academics, J Frost (hip hop), The Rit, An Orphans Inventory (hip hop), Excentrik, 9pm, $6, CBTGs

Salty Saturdays with Sk!ff, 11pm, Club V

Sound Receiver, Jason March (folk), 8:30pm, no cover, Second Cup

That 70s Tribute, 9:30pm, Rock House

The Insiders, Club One

Tony Miller (acoustic/one man band), 10pm, Player’s Cue

VIREO Steals Your Girlfriend: VIREO, Double Fistin’ Mamas, Where’s The Trigger, $5/free for ladies, 11pm, The Ship
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Community

Arts & The City 3: Roundtable discussion inviting stakeholders in the arts community to discuss ideas in arts development, free but must register, Foran/Greene Room-City Hall 576-2563 (Fri May 24 from 5pm to 7pm / Sat May 25 from 9am to 4pm)

Drumming Circle Café: Instruments provided but participants welcome to bring their own, all ages, $5, Rocket Room-272 Water St (Saturdays at 11:30am)

Keynote Address (Can Uni Queer Services Conference) Eli Clare gives a lecture titled “Resisting Shame, Making Our Bodies Home”, by donation, MUN-Bruneau Lecture Theatre (Thu May 2 at 7:30pm)

May Flowers: Discover how plants and animals work together in nature, Fluvarium-5 Nagle’s Pl 754-3474 (Saturdays and Sundays in May at 1:30pm)

Plant Showcase: Self-guided tour to see what’s available for the 2013 season, free, Murray’s Garden Centre-1525 Portugal Cove Rd 895-2800 (Sat May 25 from 9am to 6pm and Sun May 26 from 11am to 5pm)

Positive Thinkers’ Breakfast: Dominique Hurley will lead a presentation entitled “Living an Inspired Life: Listening to Your Higher Self and Moving into Action”, $15/$18, Hotel Mount Pear-7 Park Ave (Sat May 25)

Spring Flower Show: Members of the NL Horticultural Society welcome spring with a display of flowers, free, MUN Botanical Garden-306 Mount Scio Rd 864-8590 (Sat May 25 from 12pm to 5pm and Sun May 26 from 10am to 4pm)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)

Victorian Order of Nurses Flea Market: Proceeds go to support VON charitable programs like Meals on Wheels, $1, Masonic Park Hall-Mt Carson Ave (Sat May 25 from 9am to 11:30am)

Walk on Water: Walk in all weather with enthusiasts who never tire of finding downtown nooks and crannies, free, Fat Nanny’s-245 Duckworth St (Saturdays at 10am)

Waterford River Cleanup Blitz: Residents, businesses and community groups are invited to clean up the Waterford River up- and downstream from the Commonwealth Ave bridge, free but must register, Mount Pearl City Hall-3 Centennial St (Sat May 25 from 10am to 12pm)
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On Stage

4Play (C2C Theatre) 10th-anniversary celebration featuring the work of four writers, four directors, 8 actors, and 24 hours, totalling four new short pieces, $15/$20/$24, LSPU Hall-3 Victoria St 753-4531 (Sat May 25 at 8pm)

709 Derby Girls Season Opener: The Red Venom Vixens battle The Neversweets, with both teams debuting new rosters, $10/$15, The Glacier Arena-45 Olympic Dr (Sat May 25 at 7pm)

Book Signing: Illustrator Rochelle Baker signs copies of her latest book “The Birchy Maid”, free, Costco (Sat May 25 from 3pm to 5pm)

Toopy and Binoo and the Marshmallow Moon: Theatrical production based on the bestselling children’s books by Dominique Jolin, $40/$35, Mile One Centre (Sat May 25 at 1pm /4pm / 7pm & Sun May 26 at 1pm)
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Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Lighthouses of Newfoundland and Labrador — Past and Present: An exhibit of 44 rugs created by The Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador, free, Arts & Culture Centre (Ends Sat May 25)

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Photography Exhibition: Exhibition of photos from the Rock Can Roll 2009 festival by tristin_n_g photography, Hava Java-258 Water St 753-5282 (Ends Mon May 27)

Rise & Shine: Solo exhibition of work by Dominique Hurley, featuring mixed-media paintings in vibrant colours, texture, movement, and spiritual symbolism, MUN Botanical Garden Gallery-306 Mount Scio Rd 864-8590 (Opening reception Thu May 2 from 5pm to 7pm; Ends Sun May 25)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

The Roaring Twenties — Heels, Hemlines and High Spirits: The post-war era infused society and fashion with an energetic modernity. Exhibition of the wardrobe and widening horizons of the “new woman”, especially in footwear, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening Sat May 25)

Tracing Terra Nova: Exhibition of landscapes by artist John Hartman, Christina Parker Gallery-50 Water St 753-0580 (Ends Sat May 25)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Listings Friday, May 24, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

Acoustic Middle Tickle (5:30pm); Barry Kenny, Glen Harvey & Greg Clarke (8:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

All Request: DJ RocketBoy, Lottie’s Place

Blacky O’Leary (6pm); Steve Davis (10pm), Kelly’s Pub

Dave White (4pm); Damian Follett (8pm); Justin Fancy & Johnny Dale (12am), Green Sleeves Pub

Digital Dan (video dance), 11pm, Velvet

DJ Alligator, Club V

DJ J-Oh, Dusk Ultra Lounge

DJ Sina, Sundance

DJ Scrappy, Turkey Joe’s

Karaoke, 10pm, Georgetown Pub

Karaoke, 10pm, Karaoke Kops Party Bar

Klassy Dirt, 2am, Liquid

Mick Davis (rock), free, Yellowbelly

Mother Pearl, Trapper John’s Pub

Open Mic, 8:30pm, no cover, Second Cup

Salty Dolls & The Moonshine Men (country/rock & roll), 7pm, $5, Rose & Thistle

Spring Dance Party: The Best of the 50s and 60s featuring The Ducats, 7:30, $15, The Bella Vista

The Insiders, Club One

The Undesirables, Social Services, Cross Boners, Exotic Narcotic (thrash), 11pm, $5, Distortion
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Community

Arts & The City 3: Roundtable discussion inviting stakeholders in the arts community to discuss ideas in arts development, free but must register, Foran/Greene Room-City Hall (Fri May 24 from 5pm to 7pm / Sat May 25 from 9am to 4pm)

Shakespeare with Scotch: Scotch-tasting fundraiser for Shakespeare by the Sea, featuring rare Scotch, haggis, local craft beer, and a smattering of the Bard, $70, Newman Wine Vaults-436 Water St 739-7870 (Fri May 24 at 8pm)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)
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Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Lighthouses of Newfoundland and Labrador — Past and Present: An exhibit of 44 rugs created by The Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador, free, Arts & Culture Centre (Ends Sat May 25)

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Photography Exhibition: Exhibition of photos from the Rock Can Roll 2009 festival by tristin_n_g photography, Hava Java-258 Water St 753-5282 (Ends Mon May 27)

Rise & Shine: Solo exhibition of work by Dominique Hurley, featuring mixed-media paintings in vibrant colours, texture, movement, and spiritual symbolism, MUN Botanical Garden Gallery-306 Mount Scio Rd 864-8590 (Opening reception Thu May 2 from 5pm to 7pm; Ends Sun May 25)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Tracing Terra Nova: Exhibition of landscapes by artist John Hartman, Christina Parker Gallery-50 Water St 753-0580 (Ends Sat May 25)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Epic: A young girl magically shrinks to a few inches faster than you can say “Rick Moranis”. Lost in the woods, she encounters a whole miniature world of soldiers fighting evil forces. (May 24)

The Fast & Furious 6: In what promises to be this series most sweaty venture to date, The Rock reunites with Vin Diesel and Paul Walker to track down former heist enthusiast Michelle Rodriguez. (May 24)

The Hangover 3: The Wolfpack gang of four choose another opportunity to not follow the “fool me once” rule and end up having to retrace their drunken steps once more in Los Vegas. (May 24)
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Listings Thursday, May 23, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

Blacky O’Leary (6:30pm); Steve Davis (9pm), Kelly’s Pub

Carl Peters & Bob Taylor (8pm), Middle Tickle (10:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

Chad Murphy & Chris Ryan, Brimstone Public House

DeeJay JayCee, Turkey Joe’s

DJ Code, 11pm, Club V

Jason Lacour (6:30pm); Dave White & Carl Peters (11pm), Green Sleeves Pub

Karaoke, 10pm, Big Ben’s Pub

Mick Davis (rock), free, Republic

Navigator Black, The Grapevine

Open Decks, Annexe

Tear It Up Thursdays: Open Mic & Showcases, 8pm, Krugers Bar-Kelligrews

The Skylarks (instrumental ska/reggae), Orobouros AKA Tiptonic (funky saxophone and drum madness), The Levee
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Community

RESCHEDULEDPlant Showcase: The garden will reveal new trees, shrubs, and perennials on offer for the 2013 season, free/please register, Murray’s Garden Centre-1525 Portugal Cove Rd 895-2800 (Thu May 23 at 6pm)

Public Information Meeting: Info meeting hosted by Overeaters Anonymous, free, Community Room-Howley Estates Sobeys (Thu May 23 at 7:30pm)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)

Trivia Nights: Rose & Thistle on Tuesdays; Bitters on Thursdays at 8pm

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On Stage

Newfoundland Dreamgirls — Oklahoma tornado fundraiser (Spirit of Newfoundland) A tribute to the lives and music of The Temptations, The Supremes, Martha and the Vandellas, Marvin Gaye, The Marvelettes; $30 from each ticket sold will go to benefit tornado victims in Oklahoma, $64+ inc dinner & show, Masonic Temple-6 Cathedral St 579-3023 (Thu May 23 at 6:30pm)

NL Author Reading Series: Award-winning author Lisa Moore reads from her works, free, Marjorie Mews Public Library-12 Highland Dr 737-3020 (Thu May 23 at 7pm)

Tango on the Edge: A social gathering to dance Argentine tango, $7, Arts & Culture Centre (Thursdays at 8:30pm & Sundays at 7pm)
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On Display

Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Lighthouses of Newfoundland and Labrador — Past and Present: An exhibit of 44 rugs created by The Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador, free, Arts & Culture Centre (Ends Sat May 25)

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Photography Exhibition: Exhibition of photos from the Rock Can Roll 2009 festival by tristin_n_g photography, Hava Java-258 Water St 753-5282 (Ends Mon May 27)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Rise & Shine: Solo exhibition of work by Dominique Hurley, featuring mixed-media paintings in vibrant colours, texture, movement, and spiritual symbolism, MUN Botanical Garden Gallery-306 Mount Scio Rd 864-8590 (Opening reception Thu May 2 from 5pm to 7pm; Ends Sun May 25)

Tracing Terra Nova: Exhibition of landscapes by artist John Hartman, Christina Parker Gallery-50 Water St 753-0580 (Ends Sat May 25)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Listings Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

Anthony McDonald, Brimstone Public House

Dave White, 10pm, Green Sleeves Pub

Greg King, The Grapevine

Kevin Evans & Darryl Power (7pm), Connemara (10:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

Oh Hay Tuesdays: Danielle Trouble and friends, 10pm, no cover, CBTGs

Open Mic, 10pm, Grumpy Stump Pub

Stan Pickett & His Rocket Players, no cover, 12:30pm, Rocket Bakery

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Community

Astral-Knots: Hand craft group invites participants of all skill levels, free, Orbit Rm-Rocket Bakery-272 Water St (Tuesdays at 7pm)

Canoe Camping Info Session: Alan Goodridge on the outdoor pursuit of canoe camping, free, AC Hunter Library-Arts & Culture Centre 737-3950 (Tue May 21 at 7pm)

Little Toot Tuesdays: Crafts, stories and games, Railway Coastal Museum-495 Water St (Tuesdays in May at 1pm)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)

Tots Program: Big fun for little people, The Rooms 757-8000 (Tuesdays at 10:30am)

Trivia Nights: Rose & Thistle on Tuesdays; Bitters on Thursdays at 8pm
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Standup Comedy (Second Space Series) Up-and-coming local comedians Greg King, Shaun Burton, and Adam Clarke serve up a night of standup comedy, $5, LSPU Hall-3 Victoria St (Tue May 21 at 7pm)
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On Display

Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Lighthouses of Newfoundland and Labrador — Past and Present: An exhibit of 44 rugs created by The Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador, free, Arts & Culture Centre (Ends Sat May 25)

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Photography Exhibition: Exhibition of photos from the Rock Can Roll 2009 festival by tristin_n_g photography, Hava Java-258 Water St 753-5282 (Ends Mon May 27)

Rise & Shine: Solo exhibition of work by Dominique Hurley, featuring mixed-media paintings in vibrant colours, texture, movement, and spiritual symbolism, MUN Botanical Garden Gallery-306 Mount Scio Rd 864-8590 (Opening reception Thu May 2 from 5pm to 7pm; Ends Sun May 25)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Tracing Terra Nova: Exhibition of landscapes by artist John Hartman, Christina Parker Gallery-50 Water St 753-0580 (Ends Sat May 25)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Tue May 21 at 7pm
The Pipe (Cinema Politica) A small Irish town resists oil pipeline development, free, MUN-AA 1046
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Listings Monday, May 20, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

Damian Follett, 10pm, Green Sleeves Pub

Hugh Scott (7pm); Anthony McDonald & Ronnie Power (10:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

Justin Fancy, Brimstone Public House

Open Mic: Hosted by MusicNL, The Ship
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Community

Adult Survivors of Child Abuse: Support group for survivors only, Marguerite’s Pl – Cashin Ave 746-9627 (Mon May 6 & 20 at 7pm)

Difficult Hike: Volunteer-led 10.6km hike of the East Coast Trail’s Deadman’s Bay Path, approx 6hrs, free, Fort Amherst-Southside Rd 368-6243 (Mon May 20 at 9:30am)

St John’s City Council Meeting: Refer to Council Agenda at www.stjohns.ca (posted Friday afternoon), Public welcome, City Hall-Council Chambers (Mondays at 4:30pm)

Survivors of Suicide Support Group: Support group for those who have lost a loved one to suicide, Boardroom-MUN School of Social Work 726-4223 (Tue May 7 / Mon May 20)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)
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On Display

Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Lighthouses of Newfoundland and Labrador — Past and Present: An exhibit of 44 rugs created by The Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador, free, Arts & Culture Centre (Ends Sat May 25)

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Photography Exhibition: Exhibition of photos from the Rock Can Roll 2009 festival by tristin_n_g photography, Hava Java-258 Water St 753-5282 (Ends Mon May 27)

Rise & Shine: Solo exhibition of work by Dominique Hurley, featuring mixed-media paintings in vibrant colours, texture, movement, and spiritual symbolism, MUN Botanical Garden Gallery-306 Mount Scio Rd 864-8590 (Opening reception Thu May 2 from 5pm to 7pm; Ends Sun May 25)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Tracing Terra Nova: Exhibition of landscapes by artist John Hartman, Christina Parker Gallery-50 Water St 753-0580 (Ends Sat May 25)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Listings Sunday, May 19, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

Blacky O’Leary, 7pm, Kelly’s Pub

Chad Murphy, Brimstone Public House

Chris Hennessey (7pm), Arthur & Fred (10:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

Damian Follett, 11pm, Green Sleeves Pub

May Two-Four Party: The Shining Wizards, DJ Alligator, 11pm, Dusk Ultra Lounge

Navigator Black & Indighost (alt), 9pm, no cover, CBTGs

The Mahones, At Ships End (folk rock), The Rogues, Shanty, The Pints, 9pm, Club One

Traditional Session: With Fergus Brown-O’Byrne & Danny Mills, 3pm, O’Reilly’s Pub

Worker, Del Stamp, 11pm, $5, Velvet
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Community

Children’s Read-Along: Songs and stories with Debbie Hanlon, free, Rocket Bakery-272 Water St (Sundays at 10am)

Le Café Français: French speakers and francophiles to meet up and chat. Look for the small Quebecois flag, Atlantic Pace (Sundays at 3pm)

May Flowers: Discover how plants and animals work together in nature, Fluvarium-5 Nagle’s Pl 754-3474 (Saturdays and Sundays in May at 1:30pm)

Rocket Clothing Swap: An opportunity to swap quality used men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing, free, Rocket-272 Water St (Sun May 19 from 10am to 3pm)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)

Young Musician Open Mic: Hosted by Denielle Hann, Shamrock City Pub (Sundays at 2pm)
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On Stage

Tango on the Edge: A social gathering to dance Argentine tango, $7, Arts & Culture Centre (Thursdays at 8:30pm & Sundays at 7pm)

Under Wraps: A Spoke Opera (Artistic Fraud) Robert Chafe’s critically acclaimed 1997 play features a story of unrequited love which plays out on a giant billowing parachute cloth, while a 14-person chorus shapeshifts and sings underneath, directed by Jillian Keiley, $35/$25, LSPU Hall-3 Victoria St (Wed May 8 to Sun May 18 at 8pm; matinees Sun May 12 & 19 at 2pm)
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Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Photography Exhibition: Exhibition of photos from the Rock Can Roll 2009 festival by tristin_n_g photography, Hava Java-258 Water St 753-5282 (Ends Mon May 27)

Rise & Shine: Solo exhibition of work by Dominique Hurley, featuring mixed-media paintings in vibrant colours, texture, movement, and spiritual symbolism, MUN Botanical Garden Gallery-306 Mount Scio Rd 864-8590 (Opening reception Thu May 2 from 5pm to 7pm; Ends Sun May 25)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Listings Saturday, May 18, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

All Request: DJ RocketBoy, Lottie’s Place

Alter-Ego Masquerade Ball: Delusion Victims, Cafeteria, DJ Elling Lien, 10pm, $20/$15, Eastern Edge Gallery

Bic & The Ballpoints, Club One

Black Molly, KnoahKnoah, Billy Nicoll, Ilia Nicoll, Thom Coombes, $8, The Ship

Blacky O’Leary (5:30pm); Steve Davis (9pm), Kelly’s Pub

Dave White (6:30pm); Justin, Dave White & Carl Peters (10:30pm), Green Sleeves Pub

DeeJay JayCee, Turkey Joe’s

Delzilla, 11pm, Velvet

Dr Drake, Slim Macho, Dusk Ultra Lounge

DJ Electro, 2am, Liquid

DJ J-Oh, Dusk Ultra Lounge

Eren of Evry7th (jazz/flamenco guitarist), 8:30pm, no cover, Second Cup

Home Alone No More: Mopey Mumble Mouse, Electrikompany, Squawk Box, Sharky’s Pub

Hugh Scott (5pm), Bob Taylor & Carl Peters (8pm), Shamrock City Pub

Jeff Addison, Texas Chainsaw, The Corroborators, The Daisy Cutters, 10pm, The Levee

Karaoke, 10pm, Georgetown Pub

Karaoke, 10pm, Karaoke Kops Party Bar

PotemTole (moombahsoul, nu-disco), no cover, Annexe

Punk Cover Show (All Ages) Jack & Sarah vs. The World (Violent Femmes covers), Parks & Rec (The Clash covers), The Undesirables (Dead Kennedys covers), O.D.D, Rancid Cover Band, CBTGs

Punk Cover Weekend: Rudimentary Peni Cover Band, Uneeda (Me First & The Gimme Gimmes covers), Jack & Sara vs. The World (Violent Femmes covers), Rancid Cover Band, The Bonzos (Ramones covers), Minus A Lung (Brand New covers), Bad Religion Cover Band, Blink 182 Cover Band, 9pm, $6, CBTGs

Salty Saturdays with Sk!ff, 11pm, Club V

The Narrows, Trapper John’s Pub
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Community

Beginners’ Hike: Volunteer-led 5.1km hike of the East Coast Trail’s Tinkers Point Path, approx 3hrs, free, Sacred Heart Church-Tor’s Cove 437-1261 (Sat May 18 at 10am)

Drumming Circle Café: Instruments provided but participants welcome to bring their own, all ages, $5, Rocket Room-272 Water St (Saturdays at 11:30am)

May Flowers: Discover how plants and animals work together in nature, Fluvarium-5 Nagle’s Pl 754-3474 (Saturdays and Sundays in May at 1:30pm)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)

Walk on Water: Walk in all weather with enthusiasts who never tire of finding downtown nooks and crannies, free, Fat Nanny’s-245 Duckworth St (Saturdays at 10am)
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On Stage

Book Signing: Andy Jones signs copies of “Jack and Mary in the Land of Thieves”, free (Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm at Coles-Avalon Mall / 3:30pm to 5:30pm at Chapters)

Book Signing: Claire Wilkshire signs copies of her debut novel “Maxine”, The Downhome-303 Water St (Sat May 18 from 12:15pm to 2pm)

Saturday Night Salsa: Salsa, merengue, bachatta, and reggaeton all night, with music by DJ Marcelo and DJ Gustavo, $5, Annexe-32 George St (Say May 18 at 9pm)

Under Wraps: A Spoke Opera (Artistic Fraud) Robert Chafe’s critically acclaimed 1997 play features a story of unrequited love which plays out on a giant billowing parachute cloth, while a 14-person chorus shapeshifts and sings underneath, directed by Jillian Keiley, $35/$25, LSPU Hall-3 Victoria St (Wed May 8 to Sun May 18 at 8pm; matinees Sun May 12 & 19 at 2pm)
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On Display

Annual Members’ Show: Featuring new works for sale by Scott Goudie, Lori Doody, Audrey Feltham, Cathy Driedzic, and more, St. Michael’s Printshop-72 Harbour Dr 754-2931 (Opening reception Sat May 18 from 1pm to 3pm)

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Lighthouses of Newfoundland and Labrador — Past and Present: An exhibit of 44 rugs created by The Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador, free, Arts & Culture Centre (Ends Sat May 25)

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Photography Exhibition: Exhibition of photos from the Rock Can Roll 2009 festival by tristin_n_g photography, Hava Java-258 Water St 753-5282 (Ends Mon May 27)

Rise & Shine: Solo exhibition of work by Dominique Hurley, featuring mixed-media paintings in vibrant colours, texture, movement, and spiritual symbolism, MUN Botanical Garden Gallery-306 Mount Scio Rd 864-8590 (Opening reception Thu May 2 from 5pm to 7pm; Ends Sun May 25)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Tracing Terra Nova: Exhibition of landscapes by artist John Hartman, Christina Parker Gallery-50 Water St 753-0580 (Ends Sat May 25)

Treedom: Solo exhibition by energism artist Dominique Hurley focusing on trees as a universal symbol of spiritual growth expressed through acrylic-based mixed media, Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Opens Sat May 18; Artist talk Sun May 25 from 2pm to 4pm)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Listings Friday, May 17, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

A Ninja Story Fundraiser: Laura Murray & Joanne Bennett, Danielle Bailey, Dave Reynolds, Paul Brake, Mike McDonald, ToShredsYouSay?, 11pm, The Ship

Acoustic Middle Tickle (5:30pm); Barry Kenny, Glen Harvey & Greg Clarke (8:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

All Request: DJ RocketBoy, Lottie’s Place

Bic & The Ballpoints, Club One

Blacky O’Leary (6pm); Steve Davis (10pm), Kelly’s Pub

BOATTS, The Elizabeatans, Naomi & Carole, 11pm, $7, Rose & Thistle

Brian Byrne, Pathological Lovers (alt), 10pm, The Levee

DJ Alligator, Club V

DJ A-Read, Annexe

DJ J-Oh, Dusk Ultra Lounge

DJ Sina, Sundance

DJ Scrappy, Turkey Joe’s

Dr Drake, Slim Macho, Dusk Ultra Lounge

International Day Against Homophobia Concert: Spectrum Choir, Pamela Morgan, The Freels, $15, George Street United Church

Jeff Piercy (singer-songwriter), 8:30pm, no cover, Second Cup

Karaoke, 10pm, Georgetown Pub

Karaoke, 10pm, Karaoke Kops Party Bar

Long Distance Runners (indie), Delusion Victims (indie pop), The Connexions, 10:30pm, $10, Fat Cat Blues Bar

Mick Davis (rock), free, Yellowbelly

One Night in Manila: Manila Luzon (RuPaul’s Drag Race), Digital Dan, 10pm, $20, Velvet

Punk Cover Weekend: The Dead Peasants Revolt (Choking Victim covers), The Brat Attack (Propagandhi covers), The Undesirables (Dead Kennedys covers), The Raycocks (Screeching Weasel covers), DT & The Dinosaurs (Misfits covers), Alkaline Trio Cover Band, 9pm, $6, CBTGs

Rob Cook (4pm); Damian Follett (8pm); Dave White & Carl Peters (12am), Green Sleeves Pub

Sixonate, Pervert Week, Man The Animal, Fuck The System, 11pm, $5, Distortion

Zzach Nnash, 2am, Liquid

The Elizabeatans, BOATTS, Naomi & Carole,

The Narrows, Trapper John’s Pub
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Community

Chronic Pain Support Group (Long Term Pain Assoc) Support meetings with the theme “Helping Make Pain More Bearable”, Seniors Retirement Club-10 Bennett Ave 747-0744 (Fri May 17 at 1:30pm)

International Day Against Homophobia Breakfast (Planned Parenthood) This year’s theme is “The power of Queer community, and the exponential strength we can draw from each other” with keynote speaker James Moriarty, $20, The Capital Hotel-208 Kenmount Rd 579-1009 (Fri May 17 at 7:15am)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)
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On Stage

Under Wraps: A Spoke Opera (Artistic Fraud) Robert Chafe’s critically acclaimed 1997 play features a story of unrequited love which plays out on a giant billowing parachute cloth, while a 14-person chorus shapeshifts and sings underneath, directed by Jillian Keiley, $35/$25, LSPU Hall-3 Victoria St (Wed May 8 to Sun May 18 at 8pm; matinees Sun May 12 & 19 at 2pm)
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On Display

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Lighthouses of Newfoundland and Labrador — Past and Present: An exhibit of 44 rugs created by The Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador, free, Arts & Culture Centre (Ends Sat May 25)

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Photography Exhibition: Exhibition of photos from the Rock Can Roll 2009 festival by tristin_n_g photography, Hava Java-258 Water St 753-5282 (Ends Mon May 27)

Rise & Shine: Solo exhibition of work by Dominique Hurley, featuring mixed-media paintings in vibrant colours, texture, movement, and spiritual symbolism, MUN Botanical Garden Gallery-306 Mount Scio Rd 864-8590 (Opening reception Thu May 2 from 5pm to 7pm; Ends Sun May 25)

Simulacrum: Leslie Wagner’s work uses texture and found objects to present the ideal world of the real, stemming from the concept of living in a simulated world where truth is disconnected from reality, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Ends May 17)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Tracing Terra Nova: Exhibition of landscapes by artist John Hartman, Christina Parker Gallery-50 Water St 753-0580 (Ends Sat May 25)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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Star Trek Into Darkness: The Enterprise crew are back to face evil in the form of Sherlock’s Bandersnatch Cummerbund (Benedict Cumberbatch). Boy, the enlightened 23rd century sure has a lot of megalomaniacs in it. (May 17)
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Listings Thursday, May 16, 2013

Tue, Apr 30, 2013

Our listings are your guide to what’s on the go in the St. John’s area. If you have an event you’d like included, email all of the details—as well as images—to listings@thescope.ca.

Music

Blacky O’Leary (6:30pm); Steve Davis (9pm), Kelly’s Pub

Carl Peters & Bob Taylor (8pm), Middle Tickle (10:30pm), Shamrock City Pub

Chad Murphy & Chris Ryan, Brimstone Public House

DeeJay JayCee, Turkey Joe’s

DJ Code, 11pm, Club V

Jason Lacour (6:30pm); Dave White & Carl Peters (11pm), Green Sleeves Pub

Karaoke, 10pm, Big Ben’s Pub

Mick Davis (rock), free, Republic

Night Music #120: Anchor band The Black Auks, 9:30pm, $5, The Ship

Open Decks, Annexe

Punk Cover Weekend: Kate Pike & The Loose Boots with Danielle Bailey (The Distillers covers), Neener Neener (Gob covers), Navigator Black (Talking Heads covers), The Glendas (Neutral Milk Hotel covers), Paul Sheppard (Ghost Mice covers), Parks and Rec (The Clash covers), 9pm, $6, CBTGs

Tear It Up Thursdays: Open Mic & Showcases, 8pm, Krugers Bar-Kelligrews

Tim & Brad (Dodgeband), Rogues, BOATTS, The Skylarks, 10pm, The Levee

Zzach Nnash, The Grapevine
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Community

Alzheimer Family Support: Group meeting for family members of people with Alzheimer’s disease, 685 Water St 576-0608 (Thu May 16 at 7pm)

Conservation Lecture (Nature NL) Nature NL’s monthly meeting featuring a lecture by Keith Lewis titled “The Caribou of Newfoundland: A Brief History and Current Status of This Island’s Woodland Caribou Population”, free, MUN SN 2067 (Thu May 16 at 7:30pm)

Guided Interpreted Tour of Mary Pratt: Interact with interpreters to experience the emotional power, skill, and maturity of Mary Pratt’s paintings, The Rooms 757-8000 (Thu May 16 at 2:30pm)

NL Writers’ Guild Workshop: Round-table meetup to explore all forms of writing, from prose fiction to nonfiction and poetry, visitors welcome, free, Community Room-Sobeys, Howley Estates (Thu May 16 from 7pm to 10pm)

Take Pride Take Action (St John’s Clean & Beautiful) Annual community clean-up of St John’s. Free garbage bags, prizes, and garbage pick-ups, 570-0350 (Starts Wed May 15) (Ends Jun 15)

Trivia Nights: Rose & Thistle on Tuesdays; Bitters on Thursdays at 8pm

Ultimate Trivia Challenge: Up to 35 teams of 4 to 6 people will compete in an epic trivia contest to raise funds for the Canadian Red Cross, $600 per team, Bella Vista-Torbay Rd (Thu May 16 at 6:30pm)
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Go Duet Yourself (Spirit of Newfoundland) Take a journey into some of the world’s most beloved duets, $64+ dinner & show, Masonic Temple-6 Cathedral St 579-3023 (Fri May 3 / Thu May 9 / Fri May 10 / Thu May 16 / doors at 6:30pm)

Tango on the Edge: A social gathering to dance Argentine tango, $7, Arts & Culture Centre (Thursdays at 8:30pm & Sundays at 7pm)

Under Wraps: A Spoke Opera (Artistic Fraud) Robert Chafe’s critically acclaimed 1997 play features a story of unrequited love which plays out on a giant billowing parachute cloth, while a 14-person chorus shapeshifts and sings underneath, directed by Jillian Keiley, $35/$25, LSPU Hall-3 Victoria St (Wed May 8 to Sun May 18 at 8pm; matinees Sun May 12 & 19 at 2pm)
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On Display

Celebrating Colour: The gallery is celebrating 10 years in May, featuring a wide range of artworks, Leyton Gallery of Fine Art-6 Clift’s Bairds Cove 722-7177 (Opening reception Sat May 11 from 12pm to 5pm)

Circles of Confusion: A generative image- and sound-based cinema installation and performative work by Alberta artist Kyle Whitehead, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882

Inner Works: Anne Meredith Barry, Peter Bell, David Blackwood, Chris Pratt, Mary Pratt, Helen Parsons Shepherd, Reginald Shepherd, Gerald Squires & Don Wright, The Rooms 757-8000

Lighthouses of Newfoundland and Labrador — Past and Present: An exhibit of 44 rugs created by The Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador, free, Arts & Culture Centre (Ends Sat May 25)

Mary Pratt: 50-year retrospective of the renowned NL artist. Pratt’s paintings focus on light reflecting on the surfaces of everyday objects in her home, The Rooms 757-8000 (Opening reception Fri May 10 at 7:30pm)

New Releases: New works from Richard Steele including “Calm Before The Storm”, “The Shinny Cup”, and “Hide and Seek”, Richard Steele Gallery-63 Harvey Rd 754-6741

New Releases: New landscapes by Natalia Charapova, George Horan, and other gallery artists, Red Ochre Gallery-96 Duckworth St 726-6422

New Works & Oil Paintings: New artwork by June Walker-Wilson, Ultramarine Fine Art Studio-100 Duckworth St

Out of the Woods and In the Garden: Group exhibition exploring objects inspired by the woods and garden, for indoors and out, Craft Council Main Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Photography Exhibition: Exhibition of photos from the Rock Can Roll 2009 festival by tristin_n_g photography, Hava Java-258 Water St 753-5282 (Ends Mon May 27)

Rise & Shine: Solo exhibition of work by Dominique Hurley, featuring mixed-media paintings in vibrant colours, texture, movement, and spiritual symbolism, MUN Botanical Garden Gallery-306 Mount Scio Rd 864-8590 (Opening reception Thu May 2 from 5pm to 7pm; Ends Sun May 25)

Simulacrum: Leslie Wagner’s work uses texture and found objects to present the ideal world of the real, stemming from the concept of living in a simulated world where truth is disconnected from reality, Eastern Edge Gallery-72 Harbour Dr 739-1882 (Ends May 17)

The Kiss: Jeweller Jessica Butler uses the technique of scrimshaw with contemporary images of the kiss on antler and tagua nut, Craft Council Gallery-59 Duckworth St 753-2749 (Opening reception Sat May 4 from 2pm to 4pm)

Tracing Terra Nova: Exhibition of landscapes by artist John Hartman, Christina Parker Gallery-50 Water St 753-0580 (Ends Sat May 25)

Working on History: Watching Our Stories Unfold: An exhibition of artifacts reflecting life in NL from the 1700s to present day, The Rooms 757-8000
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