Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

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This week we've got new music from Deerhoof. Mountain Moves is one of the San Francisco band’s most accessible albums, despite being a relentless mashup of genres including chamber music, hip-hop, and avant-garde jazz. It also features a slew of high-profile guests including Lætitia Sadier of Stereolab. 

We'll also hear the latest from the Detroit post-punk band Protomartyr. Relatives in Descent is as upsetting as it is beautiful. 

"Fall for Dance" at Southeast's River Campus

Nov 8, 2017
Southeast Missouri State University

They happen every semester, yet, you may never have seen one. And, we’re here to say that must stop now.

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Cape Girardeau has been declared a winning location of a grant through an American Express campaign called “Partners in Preservation: Main Streets”.

Old Town Cape will receive $127,000 to fully fund a revitalization project aimed at restoring the newly renamed Ivers Square, located on the grounds of the Common Pleas Courthouse.

 

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This weekend you can watch Thor: Ragnarok or you can watch SITTING, a film directed by Emily Yoshida and staring Mitski, who plays a professional "sitter," who watches as people take a designer drug that allows them to literally see God. Actually you can do both; SITTING is only 7 and-a-half minutes long. Or neither. I can't tell you what to do. 

Southeast Missouri State University

This week is first Friday, friends, and we know what that means: food, drinks, and new art. 

Caroline Kahler has spent 37 years making art. Her work has appeared in 15 publications, and she’s been chosen as a juror in multiple states. And, you get to see that work, right here … for free.

Compelled to Make, A Retrospective of Work opens at the Crisp Museum at the River Campus on Friday, November 3, with a reception starting at 4 p.m. and an artist talk at 6 p.m. Kahler says what you’ll see is in fact art reflecting life in a wide variety of work.

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