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L in Japanese; Language Arts; Bullets Over Broadway

Sunday, August 12 

L in Japanese - PHOTO BY NATALIE ROSS

Carrboro
L IN JAPANESE
CAT'S CRADLE—Peter Day—or, as we know him here, L in Japanese, the producer, DJ and emcee—has sensitive ears: He knows how to craft a beat, how to massage it and sculpt it the way an artist does his clay. L's style usually leads his productions toward a supple groove that's soulful but elastic. It gets thrown at 9 p.m., and entry is $10. L also performs with Kaze, Social Memory Complex, JewBron and Evolewtion tomorrow night at the Cradle at 9 p.m. —Chris Toenes

Durham
LANGUAGE ARTS
BULL CITY HEADQUARTERS—The sort of show that's woefully infrequent, this Language Arts and Midtown Dickens double-bill brings two Durham acts together without regard for genre. Also, spoken-word champion Dasan Ahanu. Fantastic bill at 9 p.m. Donations welcome. —Grayson Currin

Raleigh
BULLETS OVER BROADWAY
RIALTO THEATER—Cinema Inc. caps off its 41st season with Woody Allen's Bullets Over Broadway. The 1994 film stars John Cusack as a Prohibition-era playwright looking to make it big despite a ring of, uh, friendly mobsters. This year's subscriptions are sold out, so get in line for next year's. Visit www.cinema-inc.org. —Karlie Justus

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