Thanks, Michael. We've changed the time here and on the story.
the show tomorrow actually starts at 7:00. All shows at Sadlacks are early due to being played outside and having a noise ordinance
Hey, Everybody - just so you are aware, this event has been listed twice and this listing is incorrect. It will actually be taking place on Sunday, October 6th at 2:30pm. It will not take place Thursday, October 3rd.
Refreshments and adult beverages will also be provided, courtesy of downtown Raleigh's MARKET RESTAURANT! Remember to sign up for this fun event!
Thanks, Andrew. We've updated the information.
Actual website seems to be http://www.durhamliteracy.org/ the above google sites link appears to be broken.
Check out the show here!!!
Come tell our leaders that our future matters! It will be lots of fun for all ages!
Thank you, Gita. The error has been corrected.
Great write-up, thanks. Just want to make sure folks know the event is on Sunday, 9-22 (not Saturday). Gita
“On The Inside” CD copies will be on sale for $5. (This is the first place to get the album, with the iTunes release following on October 1st.)
Coffee, wine, craft beer, pastries, and desserts will be available for purchase at the Straw Valley Café & Wine Bar.
Duke students integrating with Durham at its best and worst. President Broadhead would be very proud of Kristin Bedford's work.
WHOOOHOOO! Can't wait!
MORE ramblings by a closet racist....YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO VOTE...YOU HAVE A PRIVILEGE TO VOTE...DO YOU UNDERSTAND ENGLISH.......THE CONSTITUTION OF THIS ONCE GREAT COUNTRY( IT WAS GREAT TILL 5 AND A HALF YEARS AGO) DOES NOT....NOT....NOT GIVE ANYONE THE RIGHT TO VOTE
It is lamentable that the photographer's name, Matthew Brandt, is omitted from the credit line while the Museum's "courtesy" is not overlooked. It is 2013 folks! I'm speaking to you: graphic designers, museum adminstrators, publication editors, web editors. We in the professional and fine-art photography field have been grappling with this kind of oversight/negligence since at least 40 years ago when I first waded into the photography field. While you may not realize that your publication is liable for triple normal usage value for failing to give proper photo credit, you might at least realize that readers generally like to know the name of the creator of a work of art displayed in your pages and on your website.
You're right, of course. Thanks, Justin.
Rosemary Street, not Wilmington
There was great music tonight at the Blue Note Grill with Josh and the band! The place rocked! Thanks for awesome music!
We started the evening out by sharing an appetizer sampler at the Oxford, where the service was very friendly& attentive, but the 2 tiny crab cakes were soggy & didn't have much crab. They had shrunk the portions in the appetizer sampler so much that I felt we would have gotten more to eat if we had spent the same amount on 2 regular priced appetizers. Then we went to Binda Manda where the food was awesome, & the service & decor were great. I couldn't help but notice that some of the items offered in the $30 3-course prix fixe menu would have been cheaper if ordered from the regular menu. We tried to pick items that seemed the best value but we were served vegetarian summer rolls intead of the shrimp ones described on the promo menu, & the portion of the salmon entree seemed a little "scaled back." If we ordered the same items off the reg menu in a different week, they would have cost $28 or $29 instead of $30, & the portions would have probably been larger. Bottom line was we had a nice evening out and ate some great food, but Restaurant Week didn't provide any added value or promotional pricing.
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