This is a waste of money. There were hundreds of people, but only 5 food vendors (only 4 serving seafood). The long lines made customers inpatient and even angry especially after being told the vendor was out of seafood when finally getting to the font of the line. Most of the attendees left emptied-handed and went to a local restaurant. The organizers made a profit from unsatisfied locals!!!
What a joke. Whoever planned this should be ashamed of themselves. Waste $7/person on admission to meet only 5 food trucks with lines 50 people long each. Everyone seemed to congregate at the NC Seafood Restaurant once they were disappointed with the festival. I highly recommend just going there for seafood this weekend.
That guy is halarious!
My name is Kelly Helen Thompson,I would like to thank the person who set this event up. Thank you.
This was Helgamite's second time at Slim's, and I have to say, their best performance to date (I have seen them more than anyone else). The crowd was on fire, the staff was more than awesome. Great venue, great staff, great bands. Period. Thanks for the kind words, the band is very appreciative.
Singer-songwriter Sheila Fleming joins with Congolese guitarist-bassist-vocalist Emmanuel Nsingani to bring an exquisite new vibe to her indie-folk stylings. Their musical chemistry is extremely enchanting, creating a broader, more culturally and musically-enriched expression to Sheila's originals and obscure covers. Emmanuel is a virtuoso on bass and guitar, a luscious singer, an inspiring writer and arranger, and has been energizing triangle audiences performing with the Congolese jazz fusion quartet, MUNINGU." The duo will bring Muningu guitarist, the exceptional Elie Mabanza, as a most honored guest.
So awesome to see blues dancing gain more media attention! A lot of healing takes place on that floor, that is being documented in a book, for those who are interested in learning more! http://findingecstasy.com/blues/
While Tobacco Road Blues Exchange kicks off at Fullsteam on Friday, the first dance itself will be at the 21C Hotel in downtown Durham, and the Seth Walker Band show on Saturday night will be at the Talley Ballroom at NC State. Here's the complete schedule:
To reserve your free tickets for the screening: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-last-barn…
EPIC! They were awesome at Motorco in May
The NCMA's website says that Saturday's movie is Birdman.
Your link is wrong: carolinatheatre.org
K. Sridhar will not be performing. His American Disciple, Michael Griska, will be performing on the Sitar and Surbahar. Doors open at 7:30pm. For more info visit: http://michaelgriska.com
Ruth’s paintings have brought the outside in and are doing a wonderful job gracing the sanctuary walls! Her style is fun, semi-abstract, somewhat decorative and full of texture. Paintings often include trees, sky, birds, and leaves.
“Birds in their habitat inspire playful and contemplative paintings.”
This exhibit can be viewed during the church services and coffee hour: 10am-12pm
or by calling the office during the week.
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00am-2:00pm, Friday 9:00am-Noon
Please note that the community yard sale is all along Village Drive with many families setting up a wide variety of items!!
(Village Drive is off Estes Dr Ext near Carrboro town line - look for signs)
Yes! This one too. Must do both!!
Worthy! Don't miss!!
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