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Month: April 2011

Art Contest: Funny Illustration for a Funny Book

Humor author offers artists a chance to be published in his upcoming book Cris Cohen, the author of the humor blog Nothing In Particular and the upcoming book Staying Crazy To Keep From Going Insane, is going to get a great illustration for his book and give an artist a chance to have his or… Read More ›

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Hammonds House Museum Invites Raleigh Artist To Join “Art Atlanta”

“I met Myrna at the Art Papers’ 12th Annual Art Auction in February,” he said. “She was bidding on one of my paintings in the auction. I’m flattered that she wants my work in the museum’s fundraiser and happy to support such an important institution.”

Third Eye Blind to Headline Band Together Charity Concert

Band Together Announces Full Lineup for May 7 Charity Concert Featuring Third Eye Blind, Dillon Fence, Lonnie Walker & More

Band Together NC, a Triangle-based nonprofit that uses music to raise funds and awareness for local charities, has announced the expanded lineup for its big all-ages concert to be held rain or shine May 7 outside Lincoln Theatre in downtown Raleigh. Headliner Third Eye Blind will be joined by local and regional favorites Dillon Fence,… Read More ›

May 2011 Theater Calendar

May 1: “What My Husband Doesn’t Know” (David E. Talbert at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium). May 1: “The Year of Magical Thinking” (PlayMakers Repertory Company PRC2 Series in Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre). Review. May 1; May 3-8: “Steel Magnolias” (Triad Stage). Review. May 1; May 5-8: “Pornography,” American premiere of a 2007 play by Simon Stephens… Read More ›

"Pornography" dramatizes events leading up to 7/7 -- Great Britain's 9/11

Burning Coal Theatre in Raleigh Will Host the American Premiere of Simon Stephens’ 7/7 Play “Pornography” on April 28-May 8

Written in reaction to London crashing from the euphoria and promise at being awarded the 2012 Olympics into the chaos and reality of the 7/7 bombings, [“Pornography”] is composed of seven stories that serve as a countdown to the catastrophic attack on London. Each playlet focuses on a different individual dramatising their life in the run-up to the tragedy.