The new address is
324 S Harrington St, Raleigh, NC 27603
I thought this had been corrected, but Noriana Kennedy is the new lead singer of Solas as she replaced Niamh Varian-Barry last year.
Number one Blues Band in New York City...they ROCK!
I see that Dex Romweber is also on the bill. Sounds like a great night of roots, rock, and blues.
Best longform improv in the area.
What is Mystic?
Nice turnout this early - I hope more continue to show up at the libraries in the coming weeks!
This event is actually on Sunday March 9th, 2014. Tickets are $75.
cancelled due to duke unc crap
Here are some recent videos from Jon Shain:
Saw the show last night and it was absolutely wonderful! The acting was superb and the set design and costumes beautiful. I highly recommend seeing this show. You will not be disappointed!
The date of the screening is February 17. RSVPs required
We already have half of the spaces filled! To register for the conference, please go to: http://studentorgs.law.unc.edu/crcge/
This is going to be a stellar show!!!!!!!!
Psychedelic rock and hallucinatory electronics on the 31st anniversary of David Cronenberg's Videodrome.
Doors open @ 7:00. Lud @ 8:00. Tescon Pol @ 9:00. Film screening at 10:00
ArtSource’s first exhibition of the year features artist, David Zimmerman, who will be displaying his work February 13th – March 6th 2014. Zimmerman, usually known for his small, intimate paintings, is now exploring the realms of medium to large scale works. Zimmerman focuses on pastoral scenes and rural landscapes, capturing the life of natural, country existence. From everyday scenes of cow pastures to dynamic horse flights, his nostalgic views of the outdoors will captivate your senses. Make sure to stop by the Zimmerman exhibition at ArtSource for those last minute Valentine's Day gifts and an evening of art.
A selection of sweets will be provided courtesy of Edible Art. Come taste and purchase these delectable treats!
Jam legends moe. and funky alt rockers BIG Something on the same show is one that shouldn't be missed! www.moe.org www.BigSomething.net
And driving my grocery cart 2 feet out of the way to bend over and pick up an Indyweek is such a waste of time also. You idiots, The Barefoot Movement began in NC and still considers it a homebase. It's alright, you got 0 replies other than mine on your little post here which proves no one cares anyway.
Dear Grayson: I commend you on your succinct, thoughtful summary of Howe Gelb's career and essential nature. You've gotten it right, unlike 99% of your music journalism peers. Thank you. -- Stephen
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