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When It's Time To Say Goodbye 2018 via Independent
A pretty well balanced mix of the world of music, maybe somewhat skewed to fuzzed out or jangly guitars and Professor Longhair mambo rhumba boogie.
Sundays 9-10pm EST
For more than 30 years, The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts has offered the community innovative experiences in the latest art forms. Today, they present programs in visual arts, film, dance, literature, performance arts and music. They provide artists with studio space, sales support and educational opportunities - all under one roof. To learn about the UICA and its new location at 2 Fulton Street West - visit UICA dot ORG
Support for WYCE comes from The Pyramid Scheme, a pub and music venue in the Heartside neighborhood.
This Saturday, June 2nd, The Pyramid Scheme presents La Luz, a Seattle-based quartet mixing up doo wop, surf music, girl group sounds, and indie rock into one smart package.
Rhode Island punk band Gym Shorts opens the show.
All Ages welcome. Doors at 8:30pm.
Tickets and more details can be found at pyramid scheme bar dot com
Tuesdays at 10:15pm
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Support for WYCE comes from Harmony Hall, located at 401 Stocking Avenue NorthWest.
Harmony Hall presents live music every Thursday at 8pm. All ages are welcome!
Tomorrow, Harmony welcomes Grand Rapids indie rock band Boy From School.
Concert lineup, menu, and tap list at "Harmony Beer dot com"
The Specialized Language Development (SLD) Center , a community resource of West Michigan, is committed to bringing the power of reading, writing and spelling to all individuals with dyslexia or other unique learning styles, enabling them to achieve their full potential. They are currently looking for tutors in the West Michigan area. The number to call to find out more is 616 361 1182.