Tuesday, March 15, 2016

03-15-16 Jive

 Good evening, it's Tuesday, March 15th, and this is the Jive at Five, our daily community calendar and rundown of nighttime programming, here on 88.1 FM WESU Middletown. By day, WESU offers a diverse program of NPR, Pacifica, independent and local public affairs. Each night and weekend WESU offers the best in free-form community programming.

I’m  Lara Hetzle, here's a rundown of what's happening in our area this week:

Here in Middletown, at the Buttonwood Tree, tonight (Tuesday) you can choose between Laughter Yoga followed by a Crystal Bowl Sound Healing, or Color Me Calm, a session of adult coloring with Elizabeth Lupacchino.   On Thursday the Cintamani groove band brings you fusion world music.  On Friday it’s the Michelle Canning Band, performing songs from their new album, “The Flower and the Serpent,” along with original pieces and traditional bluegrass. Saturday morning Mike McEwen brings you transitional tai chi, followed by the Aligned with Source workshop.  Saturday night Hartford native Warren Byrd premiers new work including a musical tribute to master poet John Farris. The International Women’s Day art exhibit continues through the month. www.buttonwood.org

Down in New Haven, at Café Nine, tonight brings Drinkdeeply’s Singer/Songwriter Series, with Stephany Brown, Robert C. Fullerton, and more.  Tomorrow/Wednesday, they bring you A Tribute to Jason Molina.  On Thursday Cafe Nine headlines Pat Stone & The Dirty Boots, appearing with Justin Chadbourne, and Tracy Jo and the Toads. Friday’s Weekly Wind Down Happy Hour features The Tommy’s, followed by the evening show with Sniper 66, Haste, Blastmat, and Thrust. Saturday’s Jazz Jam Session is with Tony Dioguardi & Friends, followed by a late show with Purling Hiss, Stove, Blessed State, Hellrazor, and Lea.  The Sunday Buzz at Cafe Nine features the Bakun Brothers, followed by Landing, Kindling, and Human Pontiac for the Sunday evening offering. www.cafenine.com

Up in Hartford at Black-Eyed Sally’s, on Tuesdays Michael Palin’s Other Orchestra gets funky and works out new material. Wednesday’s weekly Community Blues Jam is with Ed Bradley this week.  Thursday evening, the month-long Strange Creek “Battle of the Bands” continues.  On Friday Bearly Dead takes the stage, highlighting the music of The Grateful Dead.  Saturday, they headline blues challenge-winner The Mike Crandall Band, with blues, swing, jump, and more.  On Sunday you can catch singer/songwriter Lazer Lloyd. www.blackeyedsallys.com
Tonight, Manic Productions presentss Foxing, O’Brother, Tancred, and Adjy at The Space, in Hamden along with Kyle Kinane and Dan Kalwhite at The Ballroom at The Outer Space in Hamden. Tomorrow (Wednesday), Manic presents Oneida, Jerkagram, and Idiot Glee at Bar in New Haven. They wind down the week with Jimkata, Broca’s Area, and Joon appearing at The Ballroom at The Outer Space.. www.manicproductions.org
 The Middletown Scottish Country Dancers meet every Wednesday at First Church on Court St. Call 860-347-0278 for details.
At Toad’s Placein New Haven,this Thursday they headline Candyland.  On Friday it’s the Spring Fling Glow Party with a variety of performers.  On Saturday, it’s Dexta Daps with the Dapa Don Experience.  Sunday, in Lilly’s Pad, enjoy The Helium Brothers with bluegrass jams and cool country rock. www.toadsplace.com

The Russell Library, here in Middletown, offers their weekly Veteran's Writing Group every Thursday at 7.  On Saturday at 2, renowned author and psychiatrist Dr. Lloyd Sederer speaks on How Families Can Help their Loved One with a Mental Illness. On Sunday, the Middletown Art Academy hosts an opening reception for their artwork exhibit “Water for People, Water by People,” in celebration of World Water Day.  The exhibit runs through April.  Visit the website for details on all activities for children, students, families, and more.  www.russelllibrary.org
At Infinity Hall in Hartford, it’s the Concert for Kym to benefit the Connecticut ALS Association of CT on Wednesday, introducing two classic rock bands along with special guest Tammy Tanner. On Thursday it’s the Boston Irish Comedians St. Patty’s Day Spectacular, with Jack Lynch, Joey Carroll, Steve Macone and Mike Prior.  On Friday they headline Who’s Bad: The World’s Only Sanctioned Tribute to Michael Jackson.  On Saturday they bring the David Bromberg Quintet to the stage. Sunday, it’s Southern soul rock with JJ Grey & Mofro.  http://www.infinityhall.com/

Oddfellow’s Playhouse in Middletown concludes thier 2 week run of thier production of Shakespeare's “A Comedy of Errors” this week.  Show times are at 7:30 Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The show is  directed by ARTFARM’s Dic Wheeler and including clowns, masks, and circus elements.  It runs through Saturday. http://www.oddfellows.org/

 The Art Guild of Middletown invites you to a workshop on “The Joy of Acrylics” with artist Josa Weatherwax this Saturday at the Woodside Intermediate School in Cromwell.  http://www.arts2go.org/

Artists for World Peace is hosting a daylong event, The Heart of Inner Peace, with workshops and presentations this Saturday at the Mercy by the Sea center in Madison.  Information at www.arts2go.org
There’s a Revolutionary War-themed Open House this Saturday from 9 to 1 at the Godfrey Memorial Library on Newfield Street in Middletown.  Tour the library and find out about ancestors who fought in the Revolution.  www.arts2go.org
Now here's a rundown of cinema off the beaten track in Central Connecticut:
Up in Hartford, Real Art Ways is screening “Embrace of the Serpent,” exposing the effects of Western colonialism over four decades on the Amazon, tonight through Thursday with 4:30 screenings.  Also running through Thursday is “The Wave,” an intense environmental thriller set in a popular Norwegian tourist town.  On Saturday they open “Only Yesterday,” a new English-language version of the 1982 Japanese animated film about a young woman who revisits her past on a trip to her relatives in the countryside.  www.realartways.org

 Trinity College’s Cinestudio presents Frederico Fellini’s 1980 film “City of Women,” in a newly-restored version that stars Marcello Mastroianni as an old-school womanizer.  It runs through Tuesday.  On Wednesday they open a run of “Room,” starring Academy Award-winner Brie Larson, about a mother and her son imprisoned in a single room by a brutal kidnapper.  It runs through the weekend.  www.cinestudio.org

 Now here's what's on the air tonight on WESU:
BBC World news comes your way  at 4 am, and then we begin tomorrow’s broadcast day with Morning Edition from NPR at 5 am.

  Right after the Jive at Five, stay tuned for an extended edition of Acoustic Blender with Bill Revill for 3 hours of acoustic roots music. 

At 8pm, J-Cherry hosts The Voice of the CITY, a weekly show featuring live and local Connecticut arts and music.

From 9:30-10:30pm ranco is in the house for a mix of disco and dance tunes from the 70s and 80s.

At 10:30, DJ LT and The Kaiswer are back in the studio for some free form radio goodness

at 11:30 stay tuned for episode 3 of the 6 part original radio dram, "Hydrus".
From 12:30-2:30am, Th Kaiser is back for 2 more hours of free form radio fun.
From 2:30-3:30am it's Covering the Beatles with Al Robinson, taking a trip forwards and back through the magic of the Beatles. Expect discussion on the musical themes of peace, love and salvation.
At 3:30 you can catch the Shortwave Report with Dan Roberts, a weekly review of new stories from around the world.

BBC World news comes your way at 4 and then we begin tomorrow’s broadcast day with Morning Edition from NPR at 5am.

That’s all for today’s Jive At Five. If you missed anything, you can find the script online at wesufm.org/jive. And tune in each and every weekday at 4:55 p.m. to hear about what’s going on in the community and on the air right here at WESU 88.1 FM, a community service of Wesleyan University since 1939.

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