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Chapel Hill

KATHARINE WHALEN & GREG HUMPHRIES

Borders--First, there was the release of the Songs for Sixty Five Roses compilation, followed by an all-star show at Cat's Cradle. Then keen-eyed WUNC viewers were able to catch Sixty Five Roses driving force John Plymale as well as contributors the Two Dollar Pistols on NC Now. Next up is a three-show series at Borders in Chapel Hill, beginning with this appearance by Katharine Whalen and Dillon Fence/Hobex leader Greg Humphries. The music starts at 7 p.m. --Rick Cornell

Raleigh

IF HARRY POTTER RAN GENERAL ELECTRIC

Quali Ridge Books & Music--After the success of his business bestseller If Aristotle Ran General Motors, Tom Morris found a new muse in Harry Potter. Morris, a former philosophy professor, pairs Hogwarts heroics with corporate success, relying on the young wizard's relationships with classmates and headmasters to illustrate philosophical principles of success in the corporate world. Hear him at 7 p.m.--Kathy Justice

Cary

THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON

Koka Booth Amphitheater--For some of us, The Creature is a title we know but a movie we don't. Tonight's our chance at 7 p.m. --David Fellerath

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