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FOOD FOR THOUGHT - IVORY TOWER

Food For Thought is a monthly evening of food, film and discussion with a focus on films of social, political, environmental and community interest. Held on the third Thursday of each month, the night will feature food samples by Honest Weight Food Co-op, a feature film screening, and an open panel discussion.

This Months Film: IVORY TOWER

As tuition rates spiral beyond reach and student loan debt passes $1 trillion (more than credit card debt), IVORY TOWER asks: Is college worth the cost? From the halls of Harvard, to public colleges in financial crisis, to Silicon Valley, filmmaker Andrew Rossi (PAGE ONE: INSIDE THE NEW YORK TIMES) assembles an urgent portrait of a great American institution at the breaking point.

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Coming Up

DALE WATSON WITH SPECIAL GUEST
LARA HOPE & THE ARK-TONES

Mon, Jul 13 - 8:00 pm
$17.00
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT - IVORY TOWER
Thu, Jul 16 - 7:00 pm
$8.00
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UPWIFT PRESENTS WOMEN IN FILM: BEYOND ICONIC
Sat, Jul 18 - 8:00 pm
$8.00
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BAHAMAS
Sat, Jul 25 - 8:00 pm
$15.00
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Full Schedule

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Fri, Jan 17, 2014 - LIVE: Guy Davis @ WAMC-FM’s The Linda, 1/17/14

Guy Davis prefaced his lightning-fast opening number at The Linda by saying, "I've stolen so much, this song doesn't even have a title!" And even if he hadn't name-checked Charlie Patton and Blind Willie McTell after it was all over, the SRO crowd could easily hear about 100 years of the blues coursing through Davis' acoustic 12-string guitar, right down to the off-time beat that recalled Robert Johnson's original version of "Crossroads." But as Davis says he tells his students, "It's okay to steal music - but once you steal it, you have to earn it!" Read More

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