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Wednesday, October 28,2009
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Wednesday, October 21,2009
Millennium Center; 101 W. 5th St., Winston-Salem; 336.707.9188; www.redelvises. com; 8 p.m.; $10 Coming straight outta Russia via Santa Monica Blvd, this rockabilly group bills itself as Siberian surf rock. Headed up by Igor Yuzov and supported by an eclectic collection of musicians from around the world with a sense of humor, the tunes are top notch.
Wednesday, September 30,2009
Solaris; 125 Summit Ave., Greensboro; 336.542.5737; www.monkeywhale.com; 9 p.m.; $7 The monkeywhale is neither a hirsute sea animal nor a giant primate. It is, according to their website, a new media experiment with a dedicated staff of videographers, audio-engineers, photographers and bloggers whose singular motive is to save the Monkeywhale
Wednesday, September 23,2009
DGI ANNUAL REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY The Carolina Theatre; 310 S Greene St., Greensboro; 336;333;2600; www. carolinatheatre.com; 336.379.0060 x.21; 8 a.m.; FREE
Wednesday, September 9,2009
Award-winning performance space Triad Stage opens its season with Picnic, the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama by William Inge that concerns a handsome drifter in small-town Kansas and a fateful Labor Day picnic. The show runs through Sept. 27, but tonight is as good a night as any to catch the action.
Wednesday, August 26,2009
Take a wine tour of Italy without even leaving state lines. Vias Imports will provide almost 25 Italian imported wines for your tasting pleasure. Doug Donovan, general manager of Vias Imports, will be on site to answer questions about the wines. Your $10 admission includes a tasting glass and no reservations are required to attend.
Wednesday, August 19,2009
It's time to drag out that box of electronic instruments and get your band together. Tonight is the night to show the world how you can rock. All bands have to have at least three members including a vocalist and will perform two songs of their choice plus one song of the judges choice.
Wednesday, August 12,2009
The night will be filled with rock and beer at Rodie's tonight. From This Day will be playing for your entertainment throughout the night with heavy rock and the slightest hint of metal. Jones For Juliet will stop by for a set as well, playing their signature rock and pop blend.
Wednesday, August 5,2009
Do you have a case of the work-week blues? Then go out and enjoy some live blues music tonight at the Millennium Center. There will also be Southern cuisine, North Carolina wine and beer and a presentation of the Tony Award-winning play Ain't Nothing But the Blues.
Wednesday, July 29,2009
Go out and support local music tonight. The Celtic Cafe hosts an open mic on the patio open to any musician in need of a space and people to listen. In the case of rain, all events are moved inside and the restaurant's tiki bar has drink specials all night.
Wednesday, July 22,2009
It's time for another installment of the Eastern Music Festival Fringe series. Tonight will feature the musical stylings of the Waybacks. This genrebending band combines bluegrass, soul, swing, classical, blues and pop. They have toured with Grateful Dead founder Bob Weir and performed at MerleFest multiple times.
Wednesday, June 17,2009
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Driving Miss Daisy
Open Space Caf%u9814heatre; 4609 W. Market St., Greensboro; 336.292.2285; www.osctheatre.com; 8 p.m.; $10-20 See the local interpretation of this classic story of Daisy Werthan and Hoke. Daisy, a stubborn widow, must adjust to the African-American chauffer, Hoke, her son hires for her. Set in the South, the two must put aside their differences and learn from each other over the 25-year time period. It may not star Jessica Tandy and Morgan Freeman but heres your chance to see this hit up close.
Monday, June 15,2009
Tonight kicks off the four-day rib festival at the Dixie Classic Fairgrounds. A battle of the bands for the title of Best Band All Over the Triad will take place between five different genre bands tonight. There will also be rides and games for the kids, 11 rib contest competitors and a market featuring a variety of items.
Wednesday, June 3,2009
Photographer Eileen Neff will be speaking about her experiences and the exhibition currently on display at Weatherspoon Museum. Neff takes photos of natural subjects and then alters them digitally. Shes been exhibiting since 1982 and her latest exhibition features her work over the past 10 years.
Wednesday, May 27,2009
Its Tai Chi and its taking place in the Center City Park. This fitness class will be led by instructor Eric Reiss. Reiss has practiced Tai Chi since 1973 and founded the Silk Tiger School of Tai Chi Chuan in 1999. So go work it out at the park with a pro and reach your inner peace in the great outdoors.
Wednesday, May 20,2009
City View Apartments; 311 King St., Greensboro; www.336events.com; 5:30 p.m.; FREE Our boy Steve Czumaj brings his traveling networking event to downtown Greensboros Southside neighborhood and the apartments at City View.
Wednesday, May 13,2009
UNC School of the Arts-ACE Theater; 1533 S. Main St., Winston-Salem; 336.631.1227; email@example.com.
Wednesday, May 6,2009
On Friday evening prior to the North Carolina Wine Festival, the restaurants along 4 th Street in Winston-Salem will offer collaborations between chefs and winemakers as a special addition to restaurant menus. For a complete listing of Winemaker Dinners, go to: www.
Wednesday, April 29,2009
The Pour House; 360 Federal Place, Greensboro; 336.333.2226; www.triadhighlandgames.org; 4 p.m.; $5 Like bagpipes? The wistful windbags will sound all day at the Pour House to celebrate the annual Triad Highland Games. The Ceilidh begins early, with whiskey seminars at 4:30 and 6:30 p.
Wednesday, April 22,2009
Caroline Kava directs and students in the UNC School of the Arts Studio III class star in performances, 8 p.m. tonight and Thursday..