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A Christmas Family Tragedy
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CARRBORO
A CHRISTMAS FAMILY TRAGEDY
Century Center—The Lawson family massacre of 1929 in Stokes County is the subject of a film showing tonight at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $7. For more info, including Friday and Saturday screenings in Raleigh and Durham, visit www.bodproductions.com or call 424-6106. See the spotlight in the Film Calendar.Iesha Brown

CHAPEL HILL
CAROLINA JAZZ FESTIVAL
Various venues—The Carolina Jazz Festival officially started last week with a performance by UNC's jazz combos, but here's where things get hot: At Memorial Hall at 7:30 p.m., the North Carolina Jazz Repertory Orchestra takes things back to the Kansas City of Bird Parker, Lester Young and Count Basie, as they lead a 1930s KC jam with guests Terri Lyne Carrington, Ron Westray and Steve Wilson. The vamps continue into the night at Tallula's on Franklin Street. Those late-night sessions continue Friday and Saturday at Top of the Hill and West End Wine Bar, respectively. For tickets and times, see www.unc.edu/music/jazzfest. —Grayson Currin

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