Mary Ogle

297 Contributed Events:

Feb 7, 2014

Friday

  • Art of Injustice exhibition opening 6:30pm to 9pm @ The Cup 1608 W. University Ave

    The “Art of Injustice” antiwar art exhibit opens at The Cup in the Village on Friday, February 7th and is on display through March 9th. The showing wants to bridge the gulf between a military and a civilian experience of war by featuring two war veteran artists and two civilian contributors.

    The opening night event will occur between 6:30 and 9:00 p.m. at The Cup this Friday. It will begin with music and will include presentations of the exhibit’s artists. The night will end with a drum circle.

    The two veterans featured in the show are art professionals who use their war experience as inspiration for their art, as well as for their strong belief in the need to fight war only when it is morally justifiable to do so.

    The surprisingly effective war awareness art of Ehren Tool, a ceramist, explores the decoration of an object of everyday use, the cup, to signify the death, destructiveness and futility of war. Ehren, a Gulf War veteran, believes that, for some, “the cups have been a place to start a conversation about the unspeakable.”

    Aaron Hughes, Chair of the Art Committee for the National Veterans Art Museum in Chicago, is a nationally known artist-activist who prefers to capture experiences of beauty, poetry, and connection, to reclaim his sense of self. His life was radically transformed by the dehumanization and oppression he saw after being sent to Iraq by the National Guard.

    Jake Ressler, a Ball State University senior with a focus on a career in human rights work, is featured prominently, as well. His art – both his collage work and his poetry – is extraordinarily powerful and compelling in its depiction of war and its excesses.

    Finally, George Wolfe, a renowned saxophone musician, and a former director of the BSU Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, is included for his antiwar poetry and his exploration of world music as a protest against war.

    See the exhibit’s allied website at: http://artofinjustice.org/.

    The intended audience for the show and the website includes veterans, but the goal is also to reach the uninitiated, to educate and explain. This as an excellent opportunity to increase understanding about the long-term effects of war, with the art and website creating platforms for community reflection and dialogue.

Feb 24, 2013

Sunday

  • Trivia Brawl 7pm to 12:42pm @ Folly Moon 114 N. Mulberry
    Ages: 21+

    Every Sunday, egos are crushed and legends are born at Trivia Brawl, Muncie's longest-running bar trivia game. Trivia Brawl offers comedy, current events, politics, Muncie pride, pop culture, science, history, and alcohol mixed together into a trivia gameshow cocktail unlike anything else.

    Some of our favorite gimmicks:
    • All players can request trivia topics for next week
    • Every round ends with a song, and players must identify its title, artist, and album
    • After five rounds, the game ends with a visual aid round
    • Booster Charades: The team in last place can play a round of charades on stage while we laugh at them for a bonus point
    • Round Theme: Questions you should be embarrassed to know the answer to
    • A terrible tradition of tasteless team names
    • Recurring Question Themes:
      • Identify this cover song and who is covering it
      • Identify this song from a five-second clip
      • TV theme songs
      • Famous sound effects
      • Rebus puzzles
      • Dirty math problems

    Come and play for free, solo or with a team, and show off your command of all knowledge trivial. Win, and split up a a $50 gift certificate. Unless if we go into a Sudden Death Lightning Bloodfeud Overtime Round (of Death)™, the game tends to last two hours.

Feb 17, 2013

Sunday

  • Trivia Brawl 7pm to 12:42pm @ Folly Moon 114 N. Mulberry
    Ages: 21+

    Every Sunday, egos are crushed and legends are born at Trivia Brawl, Muncie's longest-running bar trivia game. Trivia Brawl offers comedy, current events, politics, Muncie pride, pop culture, science, history, and alcohol mixed together into a trivia gameshow cocktail unlike anything else.

    Some of our favorite gimmicks:
    • All players can request trivia topics for next week
    • Every round ends with a song, and players must identify its title, artist, and album
    • After five rounds, the game ends with a visual aid round
    • Booster Charades: The team in last place can play a round of charades on stage while we laugh at them for a bonus point
    • Round Theme: Questions you should be embarrassed to know the answer to
    • A terrible tradition of tasteless team names
    • Recurring Question Themes:
      • Identify this cover song and who is covering it
      • Identify this song from a five-second clip
      • TV theme songs
      • Famous sound effects
      • Rebus puzzles
      • Dirty math problems

    Come and play for free, solo or with a team, and show off your command of all knowledge trivial. Win, and split up a a $50 gift certificate. Unless if we go into a Sudden Death Lightning Bloodfeud Overtime Round (of Death)™, the game tends to last two hours.

Feb 13, 2013

Wednesday

Feb 10, 2013

Sunday

  • Trivia Brawl 7pm to 12:42pm @ Folly Moon 114 N. Mulberry
    Ages: 21+

    Every Sunday, egos are crushed and legends are born at Trivia Brawl, Muncie's longest-running bar trivia game. Trivia Brawl offers comedy, current events, politics, Muncie pride, pop culture, science, history, and alcohol mixed together into a trivia gameshow cocktail unlike anything else.

    Some of our favorite gimmicks:
    • All players can request trivia topics for next week
    • Every round ends with a song, and players must identify its title, artist, and album
    • After five rounds, the game ends with a visual aid round
    • Booster Charades: The team in last place can play a round of charades on stage while we laugh at them for a bonus point
    • Round Theme: Questions you should be embarrassed to know the answer to
    • A terrible tradition of tasteless team names
    • Recurring Question Themes:
      • Identify this cover song and who is covering it
      • Identify this song from a five-second clip
      • TV theme songs
      • Famous sound effects
      • Rebus puzzles
      • Dirty math problems

    Come and play for free, solo or with a team, and show off your command of all knowledge trivial. Win, and split up a a $50 gift certificate. Unless if we go into a Sudden Death Lightning Bloodfeud Overtime Round (of Death)™, the game tends to last two hours.

Feb 3, 2013

Sunday

  • Trivia Brawl 7pm to 12:42pm @ Folly Moon 114 N. Mulberry
    Ages: 21+

    Every Sunday, egos are crushed and legends are born at Trivia Brawl, Muncie's longest-running bar trivia game. Trivia Brawl offers comedy, current events, politics, Muncie pride, pop culture, science, history, and alcohol mixed together into a trivia gameshow cocktail unlike anything else.

    Some of our favorite gimmicks:
    • All players can request trivia topics for next week
    • Every round ends with a song, and players must identify its title, artist, and album
    • After five rounds, the game ends with a visual aid round
    • Booster Charades: The team in last place can play a round of charades on stage while we laugh at them for a bonus point
    • Round Theme: Questions you should be embarrassed to know the answer to
    • A terrible tradition of tasteless team names
    • Recurring Question Themes:
      • Identify this cover song and who is covering it
      • Identify this song from a five-second clip
      • TV theme songs
      • Famous sound effects
      • Rebus puzzles
      • Dirty math problems

    Come and play for free, solo or with a team, and show off your command of all knowledge trivial. Win, and split up a a $50 gift certificate. Unless if we go into a Sudden Death Lightning Bloodfeud Overtime Round (of Death)™, the game tends to last two hours.

Jan 27, 2013

Sunday

  • Trivia Brawl 7pm to 12:42pm @ Folly Moon 114 N. Mulberry
    Ages: 21+

    Every Sunday, egos are crushed and legends are born at Trivia Brawl, Muncie's longest-running bar trivia game. Trivia Brawl offers comedy, current events, politics, Muncie pride, pop culture, science, history, and alcohol mixed together into a trivia gameshow cocktail unlike anything else.

    Some of our favorite gimmicks:
    • All players can request trivia topics for next week
    • Every round ends with a song, and players must identify its title, artist, and album
    • After five rounds, the game ends with a visual aid round
    • Booster Charades: The team in last place can play a round of charades on stage while we laugh at them for a bonus point
    • Round Theme: Questions you should be embarrassed to know the answer to
    • A terrible tradition of tasteless team names
    • Recurring Question Themes:
      • Identify this cover song and who is covering it
      • Identify this song from a five-second clip
      • TV theme songs
      • Famous sound effects
      • Rebus puzzles
      • Dirty math problems

    Come and play for free, solo or with a team, and show off your command of all knowledge trivial. Win, and split up a a $50 gift certificate. Unless if we go into a Sudden Death Lightning Bloodfeud Overtime Round (of Death)™, the game tends to last two hours.

Jan 24, 2013

Thursday

Jan 10, 2013

Thursday

Sep 30, 2012

Sunday

  • Downtown Trivia Brawl 9pm to 12:42pm @ Doc's Music Hall 215 N. Walnut

    Every Sunday, egos are crushed and legends are born at Trivia Brawl. Come and play for free, solo or with a team, and show off your command of all knowledge trivial. Win, and split up a a $50 Doc's gift certificate on food, drinks, tickets, or merchandise. Every game is six rounds of trivia questions on a wide variety of topics in pop culture, science, history, and current events. Every tenth question is part of our inadvertent quest to discriminate against the deaf, and has players listening to a song and attempting to identify its title, band, and album. The sixth round is a special visual aid round in which the blind are instead at an unfair disadvantage. Team signup starts at 9pm, and unless we go into a Sudden Death Lightning Bloodfeud Overtime Round (of Death), the game tends to wrap up at about 11pm.

Sep 23, 2012

Sunday

  • Downtown Trivia Brawl 9pm to 12:42pm @ Doc's Music Hall 215 N. Walnut

    Every Sunday, egos are crushed and legends are born at Trivia Brawl. Come and play for free, solo or with a team, and show off your command of all knowledge trivial. Win, and split up a a $50 Doc's gift certificate on food, drinks, tickets, or merchandise. Every game is six rounds of trivia questions on a wide variety of topics in pop culture, science, history, and current events. Every tenth question is part of our inadvertent quest to discriminate against the deaf, and has players listening to a song and attempting to identify its title, band, and album. The sixth round is a special visual aid round in which the blind are instead at an unfair disadvantage. Team signup starts at 9pm, and unless we go into a Sudden Death Lightning Bloodfeud Overtime Round (of Death), the game tends to wrap up at about 11pm.

Sep 16, 2012

Sunday

  • Downtown Trivia Brawl 9pm to 12:42pm @ Doc's Music Hall 215 N. Walnut

    Every Sunday, egos are crushed and legends are born at Trivia Brawl. Come and play for free, solo or with a team, and show off your command of all knowledge trivial. Win, and split up a a $50 Doc's gift certificate on food, drinks, tickets, or merchandise. Every game is six rounds of trivia questions on a wide variety of topics in pop culture, science, history, and current events. Every tenth question is part of our inadvertent quest to discriminate against the deaf, and has players listening to a song and attempting to identify its title, band, and album. The sixth round is a special visual aid round in which the blind are instead at an unfair disadvantage. Team signup starts at 9pm, and unless we go into a Sudden Death Lightning Bloodfeud Overtime Round (of Death), the game tends to wrap up at about 11pm.

Sep 9, 2012

Sunday

  • Downtown Trivia Brawl 9pm to 12:42pm @ Doc's Music Hall 215 N. Walnut

    Every Sunday, egos are crushed and legends are born at Trivia Brawl. Come and play for free, solo or with a team, and show off your command of all knowledge trivial. Win, and split up a a $50 Doc's gift certificate on food, drinks, tickets, or merchandise. Every game is six rounds of trivia questions on a wide variety of topics in pop culture, science, history, and current events. Every tenth question is part of our inadvertent quest to discriminate against the deaf, and has players listening to a song and attempting to identify its title, band, and album. The sixth round is a special visual aid round in which the blind are instead at an unfair disadvantage. Team signup starts at 9pm, and unless we go into a Sudden Death Lightning Bloodfeud Overtime Round (of Death), the game tends to wrap up at about 11pm.

Sep 8, 2012

Saturday

Sep 2, 2012

Sunday

  • Downtown Trivia Brawl 9pm to 12:42pm @ Doc's Music Hall 215 N. Walnut

    Every Sunday, egos are crushed and legends are born at Trivia Brawl. Come and play for free, solo or with a team, and show off your command of all knowledge trivial. Win, and split up a a $50 Doc's gift certificate on food, drinks, tickets, or merchandise. Every game is six rounds of trivia questions on a wide variety of topics in pop culture, science, history, and current events. Every tenth question is part of our inadvertent quest to discriminate against the deaf, and has players listening to a song and attempting to identify its title, band, and album. The sixth round is a special visual aid round in which the blind are instead at an unfair disadvantage. Team signup starts at 9pm, and unless we go into a Sudden Death Lightning Bloodfeud Overtime Round (of Death), the game tends to wrap up at about 11pm.

Aug 26, 2012

Sunday

  • MAX Muncie RibFest 11am to 5pm @ Downtown
    Cost: $5

    MAX Muncie RibFest
    Downtown Muncie

    August 25 @ 12:00pm - Sunday, August 26 @ 10:00pm

    Muncie Downtown Development Partnership welcomes the return of the MAX Muncie RibFest to the Streets of Downtown Muncie, Saturday August 25th from noon-10pm and Sunday August 26th from 11am-5pm. A two Day Pass is $5.00 and kids under 10 are admitted free.

    Get ready for mouth watering, finger licking, falling off of the bone RIBS along with a variety of other food offerings. HD Superrent and Special Occasion will host a FREE Kiddie Square with lots of active games and inflatables as well as a kids talent stage. The Magic Box Theater invites kids to enter the “Elvis Impersonator Contest”. Texas Roadhouse presents Dr. Feelgood Karaoke Contests for both kids and adults. Semi-final rounds of both contest will be held on Saturday with Final round on Sunday. Toys Forever Models and Hobbies will host Classics, Customs, Hot rods and Motorcycle Cruise-in and will fill the streets with awesome wheels both days. Triple S Outdoors will introduce Archery Tag to this year’s activities.

    As always, music will abound on not one but four stages! The Rolling Rock Stage at Canan Commons will feature dancers, bluegrass, rock and blues on the newest Downtown stage.
    The FM Music Stage brings some of our favorites and the best of local and regional talent. A huge variety of musical performance and demonstration can be found all day, both days! There is something for everyone!

    Contests rules, Cruise-in details and vendor information can be found at downtownmuncie.org or by calling Cheryl Crowder @ (765) 282-7897.
    Band line up and performance schedules are subject to change.

     

  • Downtown Trivia Brawl 9pm to 12:42pm @ Doc's Music Hall 215 N. Walnut

    Every Sunday, egos are crushed and legends are born at Trivia Brawl. Come and play for free, solo or with a team, and show off your command of all knowledge trivial. Win, and split up a a $50 Doc's gift certificate on food, drinks, tickets, or merchandise. Every game is six rounds of trivia questions on a wide variety of topics in pop culture, science, history, and current events. Every tenth question is part of our inadvertent quest to discriminate against the deaf, and has players listening to a song and attempting to identify its title, band, and album. The sixth round is a special visual aid round in which the blind are instead at an unfair disadvantage. Team signup starts at 9pm, and unless we go into a Sudden Death Lightning Bloodfeud Overtime Round (of Death), the game tends to wrap up at about 11pm.

Aug 25, 2012

Saturday

  • MAX Muncie RibFest 12pm to 10pm @ Downtown
    Cost: $5

    MAX Muncie RibFest
    Downtown Muncie

    August 25 @ 12:00pm - Sunday, August 26 @ 10:00pm

    Muncie Downtown Development Partnership welcomes the return of the MAX Muncie RibFest to the Streets of Downtown Muncie, Saturday August 25th from noon-10pm and Sunday August 26th from 11am-5pm. A two Day Pass is $5.00 and kids under 10 are admitted free.

    Get ready for mouth watering, finger licking, falling off of the bone RIBS along with a variety of other food offerings. HD Superrent and Special Occasion will host a FREE Kiddie Square with lots of active games and inflatables as well as a kids talent stage. The Magic Box Theater invites kids to enter the “Elvis Impersonator Contest”. Texas Roadhouse presents Dr. Feelgood Karaoke Contests for both kids and adults. Semi-final rounds of both contest will be held on Saturday with Final round on Sunday. Toys Forever Models and Hobbies will host Classics, Customs, Hot rods and Motorcycle Cruise-in and will fill the streets with awesome wheels both days. Triple S Outdoors will introduce Archery Tag to this year’s activities.

    As always, music will abound on not one but four stages! The Rolling Rock Stage at Canan Commons will feature dancers, bluegrass, rock and blues on the newest Downtown stage.
    The FM Music Stage brings some of our favorites and the best of local and regional talent. A huge variety of musical performance and demonstration can be found all day, both days! There is something for everyone!

    Contests rules, Cruise-in details and vendor information can be found at downtownmuncie.org or by calling Cheryl Crowder @ (765) 282-7897.
    Band line up and performance schedules are subject to change.

  • Freshman Mixer with Circle City Deacons and VGR Sound 8pm to 12:42pm @ Be Here Now 505 N. Dill St.
    Cost: Free in costume/ $5 without costume

    Dress up kids, the NOW is inviting all you snot nosed punks, bookworms, 60% future dropouts, 80% never work in your field AND never pay your school loans off in your lifers out for a night of good hearted groovin' fun!!! Doesn't that sound fun? It's bad 80's prom night so we expect you to make SOME effort to dress up... slacks, ugly sweaters, suit jackets, let's do this right!

    The CIRCLE CITY DEACONS and Travis of VILLAGE GREEN RECORDS will be headlining our back to school freshmen bash... they are a loa

    d of fun and excited to usher in this next group of future Be Here Nowers... Nena of Italian pop rock star band NENA AND THE SUPERYEAHS will be playing a set with Kyle Denton of THE MIDWEST BEAT... also joining us will be touring electro noise DJs MARSH SOUND and BOY SCOUT OF AMERICA...

    Schedule looking like:

    (Outside)
    Kyle and Nena 10:30-11:30
    Circle City Deacons 11:30-1
    VGR SOUND 1-?


    (Inside)
    Marsh Sound and Boy Scout of America will be playing from 11-late!!!


    Drink specials TBA.

    Dress up and it's FREE... don't dress up and it's $5!!! 




    band stuff:

    www.facebook.com/nenaband
    www.facebook.com/midwestbeat
    http://www.facebook.com/MarshSound
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Boy-Scout-of-America/218621921486953

Aug 24, 2012

Friday