Events

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November 2nd - 25th - Admired and Inspired - Vincent Clemente & Patrick Fiore - OPENING RECEPTION Nov 2nd 530-730pm

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November 10th - The Micro Big Band

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Mike Dubaniewicz-alto sax/leader 

Joe Carello-tenor sax

Frank Grosso-baritone sax 

Mark Anderson-trombone

Patrick Carney-lead trumpet 

Jeff Stockham-trumpet

Paul Merrill-trumpet

David Solazzo-piano

Tom Brigandi-electric bass

Michael Cortese-drumset


at THE OTHER SIDE 2011 Genesee St. Utica, NY 13501

SATURDAY, NOV. 10th, 8pm

tickets $15/$8 students

to reserve tickets call 315 735-4825

or email: kodomenico@verizon.net or stop by Cafe Domenico

This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Cuomo and the New York State legislature and administered by CNY Arts.

Other sponsors: Northern Safety and Industrial, Mohawk Valley Community College and the Green Onion Pub...

November 14th - The Pale Student of Unhallowed Arts with Carl Rubino

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The power of science is not unlimited, as Frankenstein imagined; abandoning the quest for certainty, we must settle for the virtues of the human and mutable instead.

A talk by Professor of Classics, Emeritus

CARL RUBINO

free & open to the public

wednesday november 14th

7:30 pm

 

November 16th - Voices from the Asylum Choir

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  VOICES from the ASYLUM CHOIR

a reading from the latest issue of Doubly Mad

~Featuring~

Alexis Aguam ~ Ruth Ann Dandrea Cindy Day ~ Orin and Kim Domenico Serena Perrone ~ Rialda Shulman!

 November 16th 7:30 pm

Join us to celebrate the new issue of Doubly Mad!

Doubly Mad is meant to bring people together to share and learn the arts. Come listen and talk with our contributors. Help us double the madness!

Image: Serena Perrone: Detail from “Something is About to Happen”

The Other Side

2011 Genesee St

Utica, NY

November 28th - Prison Abolition - Why Reform is Not Enough

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         Honoring Utica peace and justice activist Sunithi Bajekal (1933-2014)

UNCHAINED organizes and advocates to dismantle the carceral state and guarantee access to dynamic and culturally-relevant education. We invest in people locked up by police and locked out of schools to build power and chart a path toward liberation by making racial and economic justice a reality.

Wed • November 28 7:30pm

Unchained Directors: Emily and Derek Napier

UNCHAINED is co-led by husband and wife team Derek and Emily NaPier Singletary. Derek, an activist, is currently incarcerated in the NYS prison system and is pursuing his Bachelor's degree from behind the wall. Emily has worked to dismantle systems of punishment for over 15 years as an organizer, advocate, researcher, and educator.

The Other Side: 2011 Genesee St. • Utica Free to the Public!

(Next door to Cafe Domenico)

Donations to The Other Side are Welcome

To reserve your seat, or for more information call 315-735-4825 or email kodomenico@verizon.net.

  


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