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Art & music this weekend

So much to do, so little time...

Opening reception to benefit UNC Horizons at Community Realty. 5:00pm to 8:00pm.
"Get your Vote On" free concert on top of the Rosemary Street parking deck. Sponsored by the Orange County Democratic Party and featuring local elected officials in between musical acts. 7:00pm to 11:00pm.

Indy Music Awards with shows at four venues around Carrboro. 6:00pm to midnight.

Festifall from 1:00pm to 6:00pm on the west end of Franklin Street.

Plus, WCOM is finally on the air! (Although I can't seem to pick it up at my house, less than a mile from the transmitter.)

Carrboro Knows the Importance of Bread and Circuses

19 Venues
130 Acts
11 Hours

The Carrboro Music Festival is today! Why would you want to be anywhere else?

It's been going on now for seven years. It's changed its name and place on the calendar, but is still one of the most delightful and most anticipated events of the year.
See you there!

We're One (Almost)

As you have no doubt heard by now, we are fast approaching the very first birthday of this website. You are probably wondering how to commemorate this joyous occasion. Here are some suggestions:

Flicker's Birthday This Weekend, Too

Is it the New Year's Eve romance yeilding September babies? In addition to OP's first birthday, this weekend also brings the 34th birthday of two close friends of mine (both of whom will be at the OP party), and the Flicker Festival's Tenth Birthday!

I have been a loyal Flicker-watcher since it's early days at Local 506, so while this anniversary makes me happy, it also makes me feel really old. ;-} Flicker will be observing it's tenth year with a variety of activities:


The three day event will begin Thursday at the original Flicker venue, Local 506, when all past and current Flicker directors will screen films. Norwood Cheek's "Young Rock" will wrap up the evening and features 17 music videos from bands such as Superchunk, Archers of Loaf, and Polvo. The film provides a veritable slice of the Chapel Hill music scene back from 1994.

8 pm Local 506, Chapel Hill (919) 942-5506


Visit Your Community Radio Station

According to their newsletter, WCOM is having an open house on Sunday for visitors to tour the new station. They don't say when, but I bet any time after brunch at Weaver Street until dark is fair game.

Visit the Studio on Sunday for an informal open house/ studio tour: Jacques and his hardy band of volunteers have been working furiously to get the new studio completed, and we plan to move furniture and equipment in starting tomorrow. We'll be in there all weekend plugging in wires, testing, and getting ready for real programming to begin. All critical studio hardware has been received, and we could really be "live" on the air VERY SOON. Thanks to everyone who has helped pull this together- it's a great testament to what a community can do when we get behind a worthwhile cause.



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