116. weekend to-do's

  1. spooky screening. i have been eagerly awaiting the release of the witch since i saw the trailer a few months back. rarely are films in the horror genre described as "artful", "exquisitely made" and "thought provoking", but the reviews of this puritan-era tale of witchcraft have been glowing.
  2. indigenous narratives. "everywhen: the eternal present of indigenous art from australia" opened at that harvard art museums last week and focuses on the vibrant work of contemporary aborginial artists. the 70 works on display focus on the culture's past, present and future.
  3. spice girl. our friend and profile subject, claire cheney of curio spice co. will be at urban grape in the south end tonight from 5pm-8pm. she'll be pairing her spices with some delicious selections from foolproof brewing company.

  1. local artist love. tim wilson has a solo exhibit at the sloane merrill gallery in beacon hill tonight. his abstract oil paintings are sensational. what sets wilson apart from other painters is his process of painting on location allowing him to experience the environment while documenting it.
  2. local craft love. i'll be heading to the black market flea at the cambridge community center on saturday. this event will give me another chance to pick up some of emily tirella's witty creations!
  3. local sushi love. i have yet to try out fuji at assembly row despite great review from friends. their beautiful creations are served up on wood, slate and stone platters. and i do appreciate good presentation.

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