Come tell our leaders that our future matters! It will be lots of fun for all ages!
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!
This is an important and poignant documentary about the abuse of highly intelligent creatures, and it is a film that shows that Seaworld does not care about human’s or other animal’s life -- Seaworld only care about making money. Blackfish is deeply moving and a must-see.
Listen to Les Racquet's new CD here: http://lesracquet.bandcamp.com/album/whale…
Behind the Wheel is a great band to drink beers to. Toss a few back and let the music rock your bones. They keep the metal in the music without faking a false sense of being "brutal" like the younger bands coming up in the local scene.
Great band. Great music. Cool guys with a nack for throwing down and getting the crowd involved.
Do not miss this show! I saw Splintered Reality a few months back at King's Barcade. Definitely a good show. These guys are the only Industrial band that I have seen in Raleigh for ages.
Crystal Bright and the Silverhands being characterized as convoluted above is appropriate. But it does nothing to describe it. It's like a bunch of gypsy caberet imagineers on acid in disneyland (if it were designed by Tim Burton) playing world music, just not from this world.
That probably didn't help either but I was beguiled by the melodies conjured by Crystal and more than a little amused by the choices of instruments which included a saw. I had never seen or heard anything quite like it and originality goes a LONG way with me. Her version of "You are my Sunshine" incites abject despair and melancholy enough that you should hide the razor blades before listening to it. A+
We also will have the following Vendors and Acoustic acts performing behind Southland Ballroom at The Shakedown Street Lot::
Dead Images - Photography ( The ONLY licensed Grateful Dead photographer)
Scarlet Mountain Dyes & Artwork - Tie Dyes & Artwork
Tara Stacy - Jewelry
Ginna Manning - Face & Body Painting & Atrwork
Ken Gentry - T-Shirts & Stickers
Night Owl Creations - "Gifts from the earth" - Handmade Crafts, Beads, Jewerlry, Crystals & Gem Stones.
Kerr Lake Candles - Homemade Candles!
Misty Power- Beaded Glass Chimes, Key Chains, Bookmarks, Bracelets & Necklaces.
Kind Goods - Stained Glass Mosaics, Sun Catchers, Various Glass Creations & Acrylic Mandala Paintings
Zephr Glass "Blowing a little local piece" - Scientific Pipes. They will be Blowing Glass On Site
TigerLily Studios Glass pipes, Clothes, Paintings & CD’s
Teresa's Bling jewelry, belts, pocketbooks,shirts, shoes and jeans!
Pam Pitillo will be selling wristlet key chains, lanyards, bracelets. & tie dyes.
ACOUSTIC OUTDOOR STAGE:
We are pleased to announce that Emma Dean will be performing in The Shakedown Street Lot and running our outdoor stage for the performers!!
We are pleased to announce that Brian Hogge will be performing in The Shakedown Street Lot!!
We are pleased to announce that Steven Seay will also be performing outdoors at The Shakedown Street Lot!!
We are pleased to announce that Alex Freeman will be performing a beatbox acoustic jam outdoors at The Shakedown Street Lot!!
We are pleased to announce that John Hughes will also be performing on our outdoor Acoustic Stage at The Shakedown Street Lot.
We are pleased to announce that Marc Brown will also be performing on our outdoor Acoustic Stage at The Shakedown Street Lot.
We are pleased to announce that Sonia Kelley will be performing in The Shakedown Street Lot!!
We are pleased to announce that Sarah Reinke (Stanky Ranky) will be performing in The Shakedown Street Lot !!
COME HEAR UNCLE JOHN’S BANDS Saturday August 17th at The Southland Ballroom for Uncle John’s Bands Family Festival. Music Food Crafts Doors at noon and music starts at 12:30 pm and ends at 2 am Sunday!! For a complete list of Uncle John’s Bands Regional & National Entertainment, visit Uncle John’s Bands at: unclejohnsbands.com
BACK TO THE AT, the untold story of the Tar Heel sports scandal in fiction. Great!
An remains my choice as best Asian restaurant in the triangle. Kudos to the current chef for consistency and wonderful execution of this menu. Prices are very reasonable for this quality of dining; lunch is simply a bargain and a nice introduction to An, always a nice Bento box option as well as menu. In the evening, a full dinner with wine, appetizer and gratuity will run about $50/person total. The sushi is generous and uber-fresh. The Thai wings appetizer are another treat for two. My favorite entrees include duck curry, crab cakes, NC flounder, Japanese eggplant, but there's lots more. Perhaps the only entree I'd pass on would be the lamb, just because it hasn't lent itself to the inventive cooking here and there's so many other great choices. There's vegetarian and mild dishes for the spice-challenged. And for an unexpected decadence, the hot Macadamia cookies are made to order and melt in your mouth.
love the food and the service!
This play was a lot of fun. Chicklet & Berdine are perfectly cast and superbly played.
LOVE the products, and terrific service!
Indy knows how to pick 'em
Very good and innovative vegetarian food! Its more on the gourmet side than everyday food, but none the less most excellent.
This is a Carolina Music Awards pre-show and will be amazing!
This is, hands-down, the BEST pizza that I have had since living in NC on and off for the last 10 years. It's mind boggling that I didn't discover this until now.
Being from Long Island, NY, I have always detested any pizza place in North Carolina because the pizza simply didn't taste as good. Not only is the pizza delicious (thin crust style just like NY is supposed to be), but I was thrilled that they had cannoli!!! You can never find them down here! Like a pig, I ordered some tiramisu and cannoli. Also, I HIGHLY recommend their garlic knots, which are more like garlic fists because of their size. They are so yummy!
I will definitely have trouble staying away from this place ;)
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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