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Re: “House of Hops

Best bottle shop in town

Posted by Tyra DeCellis on 05/10/2018 at 5:55 PM

Re: “Reconstructing Frankenstein's Monster: Mary Shelley's World in Print

I can't say enough great things about this exhibit! It presents a wealth of objects and texts associated with the novel accompanied by engaging commentaries. Being there feels like you're discovering a whole new universe between the pages of Frankenstein!

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Posted by Taras Mikhailiuk on 05/09/2018 at 8:57 PM

Re: “UNC Campus: Wilson Special Collections Library

This electrifying exhibition includes an audio guide and labels that illuminate the fascinating world of Mary Shelley and Frankenstein. Curated by UNC students and organized by excellent faculty and specialists at the university, this collection is a must-see for lovers of literature, science, and history.

Posted by litfan on 05/09/2018 at 8:49 PM

Re: “Vic's Italian Restaurant

Sal is the man. He always delivers and the atmosphere is amazing.

Posted by Brian B on 03/17/2018 at 10:06 PM

Re: “Steely James & Irish Lassie

Steely O' James & Irish Lassie perform their original songs- Tullamore Dew, Pint of Guinness, Irish Drinking Song, Back in Dublin, acoustic versions of Irish folk songs by The Dubliners, Irish Rovers, The Pogues, Flogging Molly... And some Bob Marley...
www. acousticsoloist.com

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Posted by acousticsoloist on 02/18/2018 at 12:46 PM

Re: “Valentine's Day Comedy Variety Show

Can't wait for this hilarious event!

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Posted by Jody Oakley on 02/07/2018 at 11:07 AM

Re: “Valentine's Day Comedy Variety Show

This is going to be a fun show!

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Posted by Virginia Wallace on 02/07/2018 at 11:05 AM

Re: “Valentine's Day Comedy Variety Show

So excited for this!

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Posted by Kathleen McDonald on 02/07/2018 at 10:53 AM

Re: “MURIELLE ELIZÉON & TOMMY NOONAN:JE SUIS BELLE

What a powerfully moving piece of audible texture and kinetic form! Rodin, himself, would have found inspiration from the multi-leveled meanings of this sensory experience! The presence and the strength of the performers transports the audience into the turbulent world of Rodin and his lover Camille Claudel. Delicious!

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Posted by HFerguson on 11/04/2017 at 7:51 PM

Re: “Golden Hill Heart & Soul Afterparty

Join the Golden Hill Charity for smooth grooves, great Trophy Brews and food truck Baozi with a Southern Asian flair! Come here some free music and enjoy a relaxing afternoon for a great cause. Rain or shine come meet us under the tent. We look forward to meeting you!
www.goldenhillcharity.org

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Posted by ameelee on 10/24/2017 at 12:24 PM

Re: “Nevertheless She Persisted

I've seen a preview of this show. Images from the Women's march and some motherhood series. Neat composition and color

Posted by EdR on 09/05/2017 at 12:36 PM

Re: “Smoke from All the Friction, Tyler Bradford Wright, Retro Candy, But You Can Call Me John

This was a great night. Love to see so much local talent. All the music was great - especially loved Retro Candy band

Posted by Suzanne Laliberte-Thomas on 08/16/2017 at 12:35 AM

Re: “Tongue & Groove Open Mic

Come out and join us! We welcome poets, musicians, storytellers, flash fiction, and more. No cover and beer/wine/water provided (donations gratefully accepted). List opens at 7, show at 7:30, 7-minute slots.

Covers welcome. Originals encouraged!

Posted by Anna Weaver on 08/10/2017 at 10:50 AM

Re: “Magician's Hand Practice, Reflex Arc

Grreat band

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Posted by Thomas Bradsher Womack on 07/23/2017 at 2:43 AM

Re: “Dog Days Dance Party

Always a great vibe at nightlight! Breaking out my dancing shoes for this one!

Posted by Kevin Bullick on 07/18/2017 at 9:12 PM

Re: “Dog Days Dance Party

Super excited about this. Going to be a great night of house music and dancing!

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Posted by Tj Ward 1 on 07/18/2017 at 12:33 PM

Re: “The Holy Rose

The Holy Rose
Crystal Shop, Spiritual Supply Store & Witchery !
If you can't make it in just give us a call with your needs and we will mail to you.

The Holy Rose was created to benefit the entire community, regardless of one's spiritual belief or religious practice. We have Books, Herbs, Metaphysical Item's, Readers, Tarot, Crystals, Spell Bags, Candles, Voodoo, Oils, Hoodoo, Root Work, Reiki, and Healing.

You will always find a smile and people willing to assist you in your search. So whether you come in for a crystal, to get a reading, with a grocery list of needed supplies, or just to sit on one of our comfy red sofas to read or pray in front of the alter, our goal is to make you always feel welcome.
The response my husband John and I have received upon opening in May 2013 has been nothing short of heartwarming and joy filled. We would like to thank each and every one of you who have joined us here and reaffirmed our belief that when you build something with laughter, love and an open heart... It can not be anything but successful.
We look forward to serving the Raleigh Metaphysical community for many years to come.
One in Peace, Love and Spirit. -Rose-

Posted by Priestess Rose on 07/04/2017 at 11:13 AM

Re: “The Refectory Cafe

The Refectory is no longer on the Duke Campus. Their new, permanent location is on Chapel Hill Blvd, and yes they are open for dinner at night.

Their vast selections of local, organic, vegan, and sustainable fish and meat offerings are outstanding. This place is a treasure. I adore going there for a long, leisurely Sunday brunch, or bringing out of town guests, to pampered with table service at night.

And the desserts are incredible. A true Durham treasure.

Posted by Beth Owl's Daughter on 06/14/2017 at 11:37 AM

Re: “Ashee Ethiopian Cuisine

This is now called Awaz and it's a charming little spot. I have spent about a month in Ethiopia and Eritrea and lived off their food 24/7 while in those countries. My second date with my now long term girlfriend was at an Ethiopian restaurant. I think for a white guy, I can speak pretty well to quality and this place is by far the best option we have in the Triangle, and really, one of the better ones in North America (DC is the Mecca for this cuisine, but Seattle holds its' own, too!).

I'm from Montreal and grew up eating steak tartars, so naturally I'm a big lover of kitfo, which is like Ethiopian steak tartare. You need to really trust a restaurant to eat food like that, which was NO problem for me. All the injera you need (teff grain based bread), some good sides like shiro, a lentil dish which is as comforting to me as homemade food from mom. Yes, I know my mother is not Ethiopian, it's just DAMN good.

There's a good menu, decent enough selection of wines/beers/typical cocktails. Don't go here thinking you'll have a renaissance with booze, but you will have a great meal.

Posted by ZGF on 05/13/2017 at 6:27 PM

Re: “Thank You Scientist, Bent Knee, Kiss the Curse

I've gone to about 20 or 30 concerts a year for the past five years and this was by far one of the most special. I have never seen two bands love and support each other like Bent Knee and Thank You Scientist. The affection was contagious and the unusual stage presence each band brought was refreshing and engaging. The music was beautiful and haunting; depressing and danceable, masterfully crafted and sincere. I hope they both come back.

Posted by Noseflute Fan on 05/13/2017 at 12:27 PM

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