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YES! WEEKLY 5TH ANNIVERSARY PARTYMuch 113 S. Elm St., Greensboro 336.370.1311www.muchbar.com 7:30 p.m. FREE 20WEDevery day something cool. by Alex WomackCome out and celebrate YES! Weekly’s 6th anniversary at Much and Level 2 withfree food and drinks and handouts from 100.3 the Buzzard and 105.7 Hit Music Now.The party is open to the public and there is no cover charge so come celebrate fiveyears of the Triad’s best publication.Thurs., Jan 21GREENSBOROSYMPHONYMASTERWORKSCONCERT: TIMEFOR THREEWar Memorial Auditorium;336.335.5456; www.Greensborosymphony.org;7:30 p.m.; $21-$36The groundbreaking, category-shattering trio Time forThree transcends traditionalclassification, with elementsof classical, country western,gypsy and jazz idiomsforming a blend all its own,”according to the group’swebsite. Members ZacharyDe Pue, Nicolas Kendall andRanaan Meyer show why theword “master” is used.Fri., Jan 20DISCOUNTFRIDAY NIGHTChildren’s Museum ofWinston-Salem; 390 S.Liberty St., Winston-Salem;336.723.9111; www.childrensmuseumofws.org; 4p.m.; $3, members free.Remember Clifford, thebig red dog? Well he remembersyou. Come out and sayhello to your old friend at theWinston-Salem Children’sMuseum tonight with discountedadmission.Sat., Jan 23GEORGE STRAITWITH REBA MCENTIREGreensboro Coliseum;336.373.7400; www.greensborocoliseum.com;7p.mGeorge Strait has soldmore than 73 million recordsand has achieved a recordhigh 57 No. 1 hits and 80Top 10 singles. Strait is anamazing country artist andwill be performing withone of country’s all-timebest female artists, RebaMcEntire. The concert willalso have special guest LeeAnn Womack. Wear cowboyboots, if you got ’em.Sun., Jan 24DAUGHTERSAFE SELFPROTECTION CLASSRidgewood Clubhouse;808 James Doak Parkway,Greensboro; 336.286.3537;www.daughtersafe.com;11:30 a.m.; $49 per person,half-price for motherwith one daughterDaughterSafe is a selfdefenseclass set up forwomen and girls ages 8 andup. It’s a tough world outthere — don’t you think it’stime your little girl learnedhow to do a roundhousekick? And single motherscan learn special moves forthe deadbeat dads in theirlives.Mon., Jan 25ESPN COLLEGEGAME PLANCeltic Café; 924 MarshallSt., Winston Salem;336.692.6702; www.thecelticcafe.com/; 12p.m.; FREESports lovers if youwant cheap drinks, awesomefood, three TVsand a projection screento watch your favoriteteam, the Celtic Café is theplace to be this Mondaynight. Georgetown’s gotSyracuse, Michigan State isat Michigan and Tennesseehosts Vanderbilt — andthat’s just men’s collegebasketball.Tues., Jan 26KARAOKECoopers Ale House; 5340W. Market St., Greensboro;336.294.0575; www.myspace.com/coopersalehouse;10 p.m.; FREEWhat’s your karaokesong? You like Skynyrd?Neil Diamond? Or maybesomething more modernlike Lady Ga Ga? Eitherway, tonight’s the night togo out and do your thing.Be sure to have a coupledrinks first.Wed., Jan 27INTEGRATIVE LIFESOLUTIONS —2511 Neudorf Road,Suite G, Clemmons;336.287.0061; www.Co-CreativeEvolution.com; 7 p.m.; $20Have you ever had thefeeling that you’ve beensomewhere or done somethingbefore and wonderedwhat it meant? Well, maybeyou have! See what yourpast lives were like throughhypnosis-induced regression.Wouldn’t you like to experienceyour past lives? Thenthis event could answer someof your questions.

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