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6th Annual North Pole Live!
Meet or talk to Santa and Mrs. Claus as they pay a special visit to Fall River Community Media! Swing by and say hello to the Clauses as this annual holiday program is broadcast live on FRCTV Channel 95. Or call in and talk to Santa at 508-730-3222. He'll be waiting to hear what's on your Christmas list!The fun event includes refreshments and seasonal entertainment for children. The location is Room H101, Margaret L. Jackson Arts Center (H Building) at Bristol Community College's Fall River campus at 777 Elsbree Street. Admission is free. Parents, don't forget your cameras! For more information, contact Michelle Dumais at 774-357-2819.

When: Dec 5, 2016 5pm to Dec 5, 2016 6:30PMin Fall River, MA

Grinch & Cindy Lou Paint Event Fall River

Meet the Grinch  and make a step by step canvas painting of The Grinch taught by Cindy Lou Who. Listen to a recording of How the Grinch Stole Christmas while you eat.  Includes all materials to make painting , and pizza kid's meal .  Face painting and Glitter tattoos will be offered at an additional charge of  $2 cash that day .

When: Dec 8, 2016 5:30PM in Fall River, MA

Richard Buckner

with Kevin Connolly
Richard Buckner's career began with Bloomed (1994), a lyrically-dense suite of songs recorded in Lubbock, Texas (produced by Lloyd Maines) and heavily influenced by that state's tradition of whiskey-soaked poet/troubadors. (Since 1999, the album has been kept in print (with additional bonus tracks) by Rykodisc offshoot Slow River Records at Buckner's request, the artwork on the back cover was edited to remove his then-girlfriend from the picture.) In January 1996, while living in San Francisco, he recorded an album's worth of acoustic songs, all of which reappeared in more fully realized forms on his second and third albums. This CD was self-produced and self-released, and was sold exclusively at his early shows.Later that year, he signed with MCA Records, for whom he recorded two albums, both produced by J.D. Foster. Devotion + Doubt was released in 1997, displaying a more adventurous, almost avant-garde approach to songwriting and arranging, and featuring backing from members of the band Giant Sand, as well as Maines and Marc Ribot, among others. Its follow-up, 1998's Since, continues in this style, with an even greater emphasis on detailed production, this time featuring contributions from John McEntire, Dave Schramm, David Grubbs, Syd Straw, and others. Although these albums garnered considerable critical approval for Buckner, they did not perform well enough for his label, and he was released from his contract with MCA (whom he then nicknamed 'Musical Career Assassins') shortly thereafter. Since then, he has returned to recording for smaller labels, to continued critical acclaim and cult status. His 2000 album The Hill - his first for Chicago-based indie label Overcoat Recordings - features poems from Edgar Lee Masters' Spoon River Anthology (1915), which Buckner set to music. The album plays as a single track, nearly thirty-five minutes long. He returned in 2002, first with the "teaser" EP Impasse-ette, then a full-length entitled Impasse one month later. In early 2003, his self-released, self-titled album was reissued by Overcoat, and was his final release for the label. In 2004, an edited version of Richard Buckner's song "Ariel Ramirez", from the album Since (1998) was featured in one of the television ads for Volkswagen's Touareg. The song, in its original form, was featured prominently in the 2008 horror film, The Strangers.He is currently aligned with the North Carolina-based indie label Merge Records, who released 2004's Dents and Shells and 2006's Meadow. Between the two, he released an album with Jon Langford called Sir Dark Invader vs. The Fanglord (2005, originally recorded in Sally Timms's house in 2002) on Buried Treasure Records. Merge Records released Buckner's album Our Blood on August 2, 2011.[5] The album was licensed in Europe and Oceania to Decor records.[6] Buckner latest album, Surrounded, was released in 2013 by Merge Records.[7] Discography[edit] Bloomed (1994, 1999)Richard Buckner (1996, 2003)Devotion + Doubt (1997)Since (1998)The Hill (2000)Impasse-ette (EP) (2002)Impasse (2002)Dents and Shells (2004)Sir Dark Invader vs. The Fanglord [with Jon Langford] (2005)Meadow (2006)Our Blood (2011)Surrounded (2013)

When: Dec 8, 2016 8pm in Fall River, MA
Cost: $18 Advance | $20 Day of Show

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About Fall River, MA
The city of Fall River was founded in 1803 as a town and then incorporated in 1854 as a city. Fall River is located in Bristol County about 50 miles from Boston. The city's name originated from a Native American name "Quequchan" which means falling water.

To bring tourism to its full potential in Fall River there are many places of interest. In the city you will find the U.S.S Memorial, Fall River Heritage State Park, and the Old Colony and Fall River Rail Road Museum.

During the Halloween season Fall River also has numerous haunted attractions including the Factory of Terror or the Asylum of Horror. The Lizzie Borden Museum is also a bed and breakfast where you will learn the story of the murder mystery that was never solved. Stay if you dare!!