Thur., Aug., 13
The evil dead’ at Carolina theatre
Carolina Theatre; 310 S. Greene St., Greensboro; 336.333.2600; www. carolinatheatre.com; 7:30 p.m.; $5 It’s never a good idea to isolate yourself in the woods and recite the words from the Book of the Dead, however when you send five dumb college kids into the woods what do you expect? This 1981 film was Sam Raimi’s first and it began the Evil Dead comedic gore series that we’ve come to love so much.
Fri., Aug., 14
Jones for Juliet and from this day at rodie’s
Rodie’s Tavern; 835 S. Main St., Kernersville; 336.992.8706; 10 p.m.; $3-8 The night will be filled with rock and beer at Rodie’s tonight. From This Day will be playing for your entertainment throughout the night with heavy rock and the slightest hint of metal. Jones For Juliet will stop by for a set as well, playing their signature rock and pop blend.
Sat., Aug., 15
summertime Brews festival
Greensboro Coliseum; 1921 W. Lee St., Greensboro; 336.373.7400; www. greensborocoliseum.com; 4 p.m.; $25 Nothing represents summer better than a giant beer festival. The Summertime Brews Festival aims to please with over 250 different beers, live music and delicious food. You can pick up your advance tickets at Foothills Brewing, Liberty Steakhouse and Natty Greene’s before it sells out.
Sun., Aug., 16
The Great american Trailer Park musical
Theatre Alliance; 1047 Northwest Boulevard, Winston-Salem; 336.768.5655; www.wstheatrealliance.org; 2 p.m.; $14-16 A redneck love story set in Florida, this musical tells the tale of a love triangle between Norbert, his wife Jeannie and a stripper on the run from her ex-boyfriend; a chorus of Greek trailer-park sluts narrates the plot. If you missed Sordid Lives, here’s the next best thing.
Mon., Aug., 17
extreme deep: mission to the aByss traveling exhiBit
Natural Science Center; 4301 Lawndale Drive, Greensboro; 336.288.3769; www.natsci.org; 9 a.m.; $7-8 There are many mysteries under the deep blue sea, and the Natural Science Center is allowing you to learn more about them at this exhibit. You can explore the Titanic with a remote operated vehicle; use Alvin the robot to explore artifacts on the sea floor and even walk through a re-created ocean floor that could never be seen otherwise due to water pressure. Take a day to learn about our underwater world.
Tues., Aug., 18
aslyn at greene street
Greene Street Club; 113 N. Greene St., Greensboro; 336.273.4111; www. greenestreetclub.com; 7 p.m.; $8-10 This Georgian singer/ songwriter has been around since 2002 and has enjoyed slight fame from songs featured on “Laguna Beach” on MTV and a single she wrote for the film How to Deal. The girly crooner is now touring to support her latest album The Dandelion Sessions, to be released later this year.
Wed., Aug., 19
The BiG leBowski at 6th & vine
6th and Vine; 209 W. 6th St., Winston-Salem; 336.725.5577; www.6thandvine.com; 9 p.m.; FREE There are not many people in the world as badass as “The Dude.” Jeff Bridges’ legendary character will find himself on the big screen once again tonight, drowning himself in White Russians and bowling like nobody’s business.
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