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Friday Corbezzolo record release at the Summit

When Corbezzolo bandmates Marie Corbo and Noah Demland discussed their musical histories in a recent interview, a picture at odds with the two-piece's rumbling, bass-and-drums rock sound began to emerge. But when the two first connected in the fall of 2013, introduced by a mutual friend, they opted to set aside these quieter, more studied roots to make rowdy rock tunes better suited to the evening hours, a development that helps account for the title of the band's most recent EP, Midnight.

Lo-Pan EP release show at Big Room Bar “Monuments” exhibition continues at Schumacher Gallery Opera Columbus “Mission” Seraglio” at the Southern Theatre Helling Yeah! 2 at Natalie’s Coal-Fired Pizza Saturday Alive’s Bands to Watch show at Skully’s

As is our custom, Alive will host a free show at Skully's Music-Diner with performances by all five of this year's Bands to Watch inductees – the sonic assault of art-punk quartet DANA, the multifaceted hip-hop of Nes Wordz (who shares a Toledo upbringing with DANA's Madeline Jackson), the fractured, acoustic confessionals of Many Rooms, the youthful indie rock of Cherry Chrome and noise-pop stylings of didi. As always, it won't cost you a thing.

“Not So Late Show” live talk show at Shadowbox Live Small Steps Book Launch Party at Midwest Photo Exchange “The Visceral Hand” reception at Rivet Esme Patterson at the Basement Heaven’s Gateway Drugs and Brujas Del Sol at Rumba Cafe What the Rock!? grand re-opening party Sideswipe Brewing three-year anniversary party “Taming of the Shrew” at Columbus Civic Theater Mozart’s Café 22nd anniversary festival Souper Heroes second annual Chili Cook-Off Sunday Malt Adult Animation Nite II at Skylab

The first incarnation of Malt Adult Animation Nite back in November was such a hit, local animator Sarah Schmidt is already back for round two. Schmidt held the first Malt Adult event not only to promote work being done by contemporary animation artists, but also to offer fans of the form a chance to screen them in a space with other fans instead of at home on a computer screen.

Hiss Golden Messenger at the Wexner Center TV chef Richard Blais speaks at Mid-America Restaurant Expo CATCO’s "Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery" at Studio One Theatre