From Sonya Levine ’17:
Tired of eight days of monotonous Passover food?
Help cook a FREE, vegetarian, kosher for Pesakh brunch from 11:00 am
onward, no prior cooking experience needed. We will also be cooking
one VEGAN recipe! When we’ve finished preparing a plethora of exciting
recipes, we’ll eat!
We’ll also read some humorous stories about Passover by Sholom
Aleichem, author of the “Tevye the Dairyman” short stories that were
the inspiration for “Fiddler on the Roof”, and listen to wonderful
Sponsored by the Wesleyan Jewish Community, The Bayit, and the Yiddish
Book Center with support from the Jack & Ruthe B. Cowl Center for
Date: Saturday, April 19 (tomorrow)
Time: 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Place: The Bayit (157 Church Street)
Zonker Harris Day is a music festival-art smorgasbord-spring time-event for all. On Saturday, April 19th, 9 bands will play in the WestCo Courtyard from 11:30 AM to ~7 PM. Specially-selected foodstuffs and art supplies will be at your disposal, and Whey station will be serving a signature Zonker sandwich in the Courtyard! WestCo will be your sandbox.
Here’s the Facebook event. Setlist and poetry after the jump!
Out of Chicago’s bustlin’ music scene come R&B/soul duo Milo & Otis.
In an era dominated by manufactured noise, M&O aka Milo & Otis have carved out a musical haven for listeners seeking an authentic respite. The Washington Post described their debut album as “mold shattering” in a review, while their fan base continues to swell past the span of their Chicago roots. Jamila Woods (“Milo”—vocals, loop pedal, poetry) and Owen Hill (“Otis” — bass guitar, imagination, production) are the two behind this earthy sound, which harks back to the heyday of R&B with a blend of what can only be labeled “Adventure Soul.” Adventure Soul is a road trip for your mind, a whizzing subway car for your heart, and sometimes even a party limo for your tuckus.
Their sound is like someone else’s heartbeat when they give you a hug.
& here with Chance the Rapper:
& here as SXSW Showcase Artists:
oooh & here.
Opening with the equally groovy duo of Hana Elion ’15 and Sam Wheeler ’15.
Date: Friday, April 18th
Time: 9:00 PM
Place: Earth House