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Oct
27

Solid Week Lies Ahead in Raleigh

Of course, Saturday night is Halloween, but after a head-spinning month, we finally get a week here in Raleigh that is only moderately busy. Let’s start with sports. The not-so-scary Carolina Hurricanes, currently on pace to a 57-point season, face the St. Louis Blues in the RBC Center Wednesday night. They will also host San Jose on Sunday. There is no college Div-I football in the area this weekend.

Daylight Savings Time ends late on Saturday night. That extra hour of sleep will come in handy for those wanting to run in the City of Oaks Marathon on Sunday morning.

There is some music going around. On Wednesday, Roger Daltrey plays the DPAC. On Friday evening, Zydecopius plays Seaboard Station while later that night, one of the greatest guitar players to come out of the southeast, Rick Miller, takes the stage when Southern Culture on the Skids plays the Berkeley Cafe.

In the Fletcher Theater, the Picasso Ballet continues its run while South Pacific opens on Tuesday night at Memorial Auditorium. Charlie Goodnights hosts Broken Lizard Live this weekend.

Wednesday marks the last Moore Square Farmers Market of the year, so enjoy it while you can. If you can’t, don’t worry, because Trader Joe’s opens on Friday.

Well, that’s about it. Enjoy the week because there aren’t too many overwhelming choices to make; just that much easier to get out there and DO IT!

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