Friday, March 26, 2010

The Weekend Has Landed - March 26th


Live Music @ Broad Street Cafe - Chris Bryant at 8pm, The Crossover Blues Band at 10pm.

Rebecca & the HiTones @ Papa Mojo's - Rebecca and the Hi-Tones combine swing, R&B, early jazz, standards, and 50's rock to create a sound they call "Modern Swing." 9:30pm/$8.

Duke vs. Purdue - NCAA Regional Semi-finals, coming soon to a bar near you. 9:57pm/CBS.

Live Music @ The Pinhook - The Deleted Scenes at midnight, Lands of Wonder at 11pm, Lille Bronze at 10pm.


The Great Human Race
- The Great Human Race is a nationwide community fundraising event for nonprofit organizations. The Triangle area race features a 5k competitive run and a 5k community walk through downtown Durham. It provides an opportunity for any nonprofit agency, school or faith based group to raise money for their programs and enables businesses and individuals to support the nonprofit of their choice. 7-8am registration.

Family Farm Day @ Elodie Farm - Durham Central Market is sponsoring Family Farm Day at Elodie Farms in Rougemont. Included will be a tour the farm. Pet the baby goats, sample farmstead cheese, and taste local wine. 2pm/$5.

A Salon of Music, Poetry, and Theater @ Common Ground - Fleur de Lisa, a female vocal quartet performing original music that blends elements of jazz, choral, blues, and folk with lyrics based on poems by Kathryn Stripling Byers, Jaki Shelton Green, and others. Durham poet Grey Brown will be reading her funny and inspiring poetry, and there will be a staged reading of Cluck Variations, a play by Richard Krawiec. 7:30pm/$10.

Live Music @ Broad Street Cafe - The Whiskey Smugglers at 10pm, Skeedaddle at 7:30pm.

Karaoke Night @ The Pinhook - Sing the night away. 9pm/$5.


Flying Hippo (band) @ Broad Street Cafe - Music, Poetry, Art, Drama, Dance, Story Telling, Improv. Kids Songs for Adults, Adult Songs for Kids. 4:30pm.

Heels on Wheels Roadshow + Humble Tripe @ Monkey Bottom Gallery - The Heels on Wheels Roadshow is a flashy femme caravan from Brooklyn touring the South with a queer performance-art cabaret. The show features a multi-media format of high femme drag, electro music, and piercing, poetic theatre. Expect a trashy-fancy night of radical extravagance and thought-provoking glamour. Humble Tripe, with a new CD out this year, is a musical tribute to life, love and Southern celebration. 8pm/$5.

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