Friday, September 25, 2009

The Weekend Has Landed – September 25th

Running through Saturday will be the RTP World Series @ The DBAP, where companies face off in a softball tournament.


Live Music @ The MarVell – An all ages early show (starting a 4pm) featuring Phantom Fireworks, 8 Inch Betsy, Emily Pakes, and Raw Dog.

Durham’s 4th Annual Recovery Celebration Block Party – A festival with food, music, and entertainment and a message of addiction and substance abuse as a chronic disease that can be successfully treated. Durham Central Park, 4pm.

Bull City Cruise-In @ Chic-fil-a – From 6-9pm, the parking lot of the Roxboro Rd. Chic-fil-a will be filled with classic cars, muscle cars, hot rods, trucks and motorcycles.

Live Music @ Broad Street CaféLouis Ledford at 8pm, Soulless Dogs at 10pm.

James "Blood" Ulmer Trio & Cory Harris Quintet @ Reynolds Theater – Reggae and Blues on Duke’s campus, starts at 8pm.

Brian Regan @ The DPAC – Winner of the 1996 American Comedy Award for Best Comedian, Brian will be performing at 8pm.

At Home at the Zoo @ Common Ground – The play starts at 8pm.

The Italian Actress @ Manbites Dog – Show is at 8:15pm, check out our feature.

Benefit for the Durham Literacy Center @ Duke Coffeehouse – A one hour open mic, followed by sets from Kooley High, Inflowential, BPL, and perhaps a few guests. 9pm.

Live Music @ Papa Mojo’sToo Much Fun takes the stage at 9:30pm.

King and Jeff Dance Party @ The Pinhook - ERACISM: Celebrating the integration of schools on Sept. 25th, 1957 with some serious dance moves!


Fall Plant & Craft Festival @ Duke Gardens – Guest vendors will be selling a variety of region appropriate plants, and local artisans will be selling garden related gift items. Durham County Master Gardeners will also be on hand to provide horticultural advice. 9am-2pm.

4th Annual Arts & Crafts Fair @ NC National Guard Armory – Featuring over 60 local artists and crafters, including potters, wood workers, jewelers, stain glass works, quilters, kids crafts and more. 9am-4pm.

Woofstock @ Durham Central Park – Demonstrations include flyball, agility, and the DPD K9 unit. There will also be live music, contests, and pet related vendors. Take your dog out for a night on the town!

NC Gay Pride Parade and Festival – There will be a parade, a day festival, and a night festival. Festivities go all day from 10am-5pm.

Brewery Tour @ Triangle Brewing Company – The fine folks at TBC just released their fall seasonal, an Abbey Dubbel. Give it a try for free at 1pm.

Sun Ra Arkestra and Mingus Big Band @ Page Auditorium – Sun Ra and the 14-piece Mingus Big Band will be performing at Duke at 7pm.

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Benefit @ Broad Street Café – All proceeds will go to the Gail Parkins Memorial Ovarian Cancer Walk/Run. It will feature raffles from local business, and performances by Louis Ledford at 8pm and Kenny Roby & Scott McCall at 10pm.

Takács Quartet @ Reynolds Theater – They will be performing the first of Beethoven’s middle quartets, preceded by late Haydn, and followed by mature Schumann. 8pm at Duke.

At Home at the Zoo @ Common Ground – The play starts at 8pm.

The Italian Actress @ Manbites Dog – Show is at 8:15pm, check out our feature.

Live Music @ Papa Mojo'sMel & the Wicked Mojos take the stage at 9:30pm.

Wedding @ The Pinhook - Dan Strieb and Satya get hitched! There will be cake. Live performances by Birds and Arrows at 10pm, The Wigg Report at 11pm, and Blood Red River at midnight.


Old East Durham Open House Tour – Get more info over at Bull City Bungalow. Starts at 1pm.

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