Presented by the Berkeley Cafe and Guitartown.
One of a kind, amazing, award-winning off-broadway show! Don't miss this one--get your tickets online.
Just as a heads-up, the weekly bike rides are not continuing through the winter. They will pick back up in the Spring of 2016.
The website says the meeting is at 7:15pm at 2912 Highwoods Blvd, which is true?
For more information on Terry Riley and "In C" check out Jude Casseday's blog at WordPress. Jude spent 2014 studying and playing with many aspects of this inspired composition, and you can read all about it in the blog "My Year 'In C'"
Last month was such a blast - we can't wait to do it again this Sunday! We're going to have over 50 awesome makers, food trucks, craft beer, craft cider, coffee, tea and live music! We're even going to have some DIY pumpkin painting kits available (limited quantities, come early) - visit us at our High Street Design booth to pick one up!
The Phoenix Theatre Company creates interactive magic with the audience and the Southern cuisine of Chef Paul Covington make this a culinary hit!
This show is being headlined by Jeff Mullins and Ryan Kennemur who will be performing as Yesterday's News. This is the first in a monthly series at the Berkeley Cafe co-sponsored by Guitartown that will feature a local artist performing one of their favorite albums in its entirety. The first installment in the series will be Yesterday's News performing Whiskeytown's Strangers Almanac, which turned 18 this year. Adam Lane and Jeff Mullins open the show at 7 pm. Yesterday's News goes on at 8:15 pm. Admission is FREE but tips for the performers are appreciated.
Thanks for the fix!
The date is TUESDAY the 13th, NOT Wednesday.
cool ghouls rule
This is an a cappella showcase featuring several groups: Transit Vocal Band (contemporary a cappella from Raleigh), Twisted Measure (collegiate a cappella group from Elon University), Throwback (international competition bronze medalist barbershop harmony quartet), the Riverside High School Chorus, and the Heart of Carolina Chorus (2015 NC/SC district barbershop harmony competition champions). Tickets are available from the HOCC website: http://heartofcarolinachorus.org. general admission $15, students $10.
Image of Saturn by Armes Photography
Indyweek doesn't like metal, so we're lucky the show got any kind of attention from them.
"He slugged it out in the underground enough for Relapse to notice when it needed some of that Municipal Waste money. While he may live in the same city as metal pizzeria Sizzle Pie, thrash is not a joke for him"
I literally have no idea what you are trying to say here. Do you just google these bands and pick random key words to string together a singular thought and hope it makes sense? Also Joel Grind started this band well after the 80's, patches and denim were together for quite a while..
Again, WHY don't you mention the local bands? Calling on you Andy!
I wish you would have mentioned the local opener, Necrocosm. They're quite honestly one of the best death metal bands to come out of this region in a long time. Their new CD totally slays.
The biggest metal show Durham has probably ever seen and you only wrote about Origin? Come on dude! At least write some stuff up for the local band!
we had a great time at this concert, opening band Zakke was so much fun!
Hey- I'll be playing at 7pm along with David DiGiuseppe!
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