I can't wait for this show. May the skies be clear!
Boxwood is a one-man live looping indie band from Hollywood, Florida. Watch a live vid here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWGtvfPnRLs
Or listen/download the free EP here: https://www.boxwood.bandcamp.com
No matter what we say the GOP rules NC and if they side with Duke and make us pay to clean it up and allow Duke to even charge us more on our bills then we should vote the whole crowd out on their crooked butts.
Jam still going, at High Strung Violins & Guitars, 1803 W. Markham, now under the leadership of Mark Weems (Little Windows).
this event also features a rare funk, break beat and soul set by DJ RARE GROOVES!
This show is going to be awesome!!!!!!
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My family attended this event last year and a great time was had by all! The free outdoor event had something for everyone, adults and kids. Can't wait to go again this year!
Very excited for this!
Also performing - Rainbow Table
Tune into WCOM at 6 PM 2 tickle your kix while strutt'n your butt to that Carrboro beat w THE FAMOUS JONNY SUGARLIPS MAMBO host supreme of THE MOJOBALLROOM
He will be dishing up hearty helpings of the FUNK the ROCK n the SOUL w the artists from the show LIVE ON AIR SO CLICK BELOW TO GET THERE...
Thanks for listening y'all
There will be no shag dancing at the Pittsboro Roadhouse on Sunday April 6. The next shag dancing event will be Saturday May 3rd with the BigTime Party Band.
I attended the sold-out show on Saturday, and was so pleasantly surprised. The humble setting of the Common Ground Theater was transformed and transcended with skill from this amazing production team. The work of costume designer Chelsea Kurtzman and mask-maker Will Deedler lent a surreal quality to the characters, who worked wonders in bringing life to their respective parts. Those without masks gave unfettered performances to this lively production which had many surprises. From the titillating interplay of Jade Arnold's Mozart and Molly Forlines' Constanze, to the tortured villainy of John Jimerson's Salieri, the play rolls and tumbles bringing the audience along to the inevitable and tragic end, but not before it delights with moments of spontaneous and gleeful anachronism. Well played.
I sat down in the third row tired after a long day and left refreshed after an evening very well spent. The Amadeus cast accomplished a funky, completely entertaining take on the story with skill, tongue-in-cheek humor, and passion. I was drawn in from beginning to end, there were no parts that lagged, and I was sorry when it was over. Well done. Very well done.
Here's the link to the symposium website: http://www.dukesead.org/2014-symposium.htm…
Wrong phone number: 919-384-7817
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The Junior Rollers at speedskate practice last night were soooo excited about their upcoming game! I can't wait!
Full event details can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/590664901017674/
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