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Saturday, November 28th, 2009
11:06 am
[ballytivnan]
looking for an ironworks artist
I am looking for a metalworks/ironworks artist. We have a booth at an antique/crafts mall and are going to do fairs and highland games. We want to work out some consignment deal with an artist.

Thanks!
Thursday, October 29th, 2009
2:13 pm
[thetaoofjoe2]
Celebrate Halloween with Peter Jackson's "Dead Alive" in 35mm and a $100 costume contest
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This year, why not get the most bang out of your Halloween experience by joining the party at Midnight, Friday October 30th when the Carousel Luxury Cinemas plays Peter Jackson's hilarious and insane zombie masterpiece "Dead Alive." This is the bloodiest, gutsiest, and brainiest (literally) zombie film ever made, and we're painting the screen red in beautiful 35mm!

Not only that, but we're hosting the ultimate costume contest where the winner gets $100 -- IN CASH!

Tickets are at a low, low $5 each, and include one free beer. Additional beer will be sold at a bargain $1.50 each.

So join us at the Carousel Luxury Cinemas on 1305 Battleground Avenue in Greensboro, NC.

You can buy your tickets here, and if you have further questions, e-mail movieshowjoe@gmail.com.

Tuesday, October 27th, 2009
4:44 pm
[thejenlove]
I am soon to be moving to asheville, and i am looking for a place to live. I would love for it to be a 2+ bedroom, with a washer/dryer(or atleast hookups), We have a little boy he will be alittle over a year when we move. So a yard would be nice. If anyone knows any that are avail please let me know.
Thursday, October 8th, 2009
9:54 am
[camelottreasure]
Heather Dale Concert - Oct 11, Kernersville, NC
Heather Dale
and
Ben Deschamps


When: Sunday, October 11th from 4:30-6:30 pm
Where: 5945 Habersham Dr, Kernersville, NC
(between Greensboro and Winston Salem)

Hosted by: Jonna Bernstein & Rosalind Jehanne
RSVP: 919-619-8836 or  wizardofros@triad.rr.com

Snacks and drinks will be available. BYOB
suggested donation: $10 adults, $5 kids, or whatever you want to put into the hat.

Heather Dale is a Canadian recording artist with Celtic roots, whose original music embraces the power of myth and legend, fusing this tradition with blues, jazz, and world music as well. She is often compared to Loreena McKennit, Enya, and Sarah McLaughlin. Check her out at www.heatherdale.com

Come and join us for an afternoon of song and good company!

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009
1:13 pm
[thetaoofjoe2]
Greensboro to 'Rock n' Bowl' with 'The Big Lebowski'
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GREESBORO, NC – Get ready to laugh, bowl and rock n’ roll with “The Big Lebowski.”

On Wednesday, August 26th, the Mixed Tape Film Series and WUAG 103.1 FM will present the Big Lebowski Rock n’ Bowl, a city-spanning event that will be a celebration of bowling, White Russians and one of the most beloved comedies of all time.

The Big Lebowski Rock n’ Bowl kicks off at 7:30 p.m. with a 35mm screening of the Coen Brothers’ cult-classic “The Big Lebowski” at the Carolina Theatre on 310 South Greene Street. Immediately after the film, Lebowski fans can knock some pins and make some friends at the Brunswick Triad Lanes on 21 Oak Branch Road, where there will be unlimited bowling and a dance party featuring records spun by WUAG’s greatest DJ’s.

Released in 1998, “The Big Lebowski” follows the life of Jeff “The Dude” Lebowski, a man of simple pleasures and questionable means who finds himself in a world beyond his comprehension after an unfortunate case of mistaken identity. Jeff Bridges shines in the lead role, reacting to brilliant supporting turns by John Goodman, Julianne Moore, Steve Buscemi and a very young Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Film critics and audiences originally shunned the film upon its release, however, due to a series of midnight screenings across the country as well as DVD sales, the film has become the greatest cult success of the last decade. Rolling Stone even went so far as to call the film “the most worshipped comedy of its generation.”

Other events in the Big Lebowski Rock n’ Bowl include a costume contest for people who dress like one of the characters from the film and bowling tournaments.

Brunswick Triad Lanes will serve patrons discounted White Russians until they close at 1 a.m.

Tickets for the movie and all-you-can-bowl event are $14 and are available at any Mixed Tape Film Series event or online at www.wuag.net.

For more information, e-mail movieshowjoe@gmail.com or call (336) 662-5691.


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Monday, June 29th, 2009
11:21 am
[atnpromo]
Costume Character Performers WANTED for Upcoming Promo!
Promo Talent and Staffing are looking to fill roles for brand ambassadors for upcoming fun costume character meet and greets. We are in need of friendly, outgoing, fun, professional individuals interested in being a promotion brand ambassador or costume character performer for a character meet and greet.

We are currently looking for a costume character performer you will be taking photos with kids, shake hands, hug, and wave to people. They MUST BE outgoing, friendly, reliable and able to have fun in a costume.

We are also looking for a brand ambassador to act as a guide to act as a brand ambassador and help the costumer with putting on & taking off the costume and you will help guide the character at the event. The guide will also be responsible for interacting with the public, so excellent people skills and a very friendly personality is required!

Have you ever wanted to be or work with costume characters? Are you outgoing, friendly, and fun?? Then come be a part of a fun promotion!
Event rate for character performers is $100 and for guides $70

Please EMAIL ME directly at:
costumecharacterperformer (at) gmail.com
Monday, May 4th, 2009
8:24 am
[thetaoofjoe2]
The Mixed Tape Film Series presents "Blue Velvet" in 35mm


A young man (Kyle MacLachlan) returns home from college and discovers a crucial piece of evidence to a horrible crime in an open field. But after turning the evidence over to police, the young man starts an investigation of his own, which sends him into the seedy underbelly of his seemingly peaceful suburban neighborhood.

Ranked as one of the ten best films of the last 25 years, Blue Velvet is a dark and beautiful masterpiece, and the greatest movie shot in North Carolina.

Showtimes are at 7:30 & 10 p.m. Wednesday, May 6 at the Carousel Luxury Cinemas on 1305 Battleground Ave. in Greensboro, NC

Tickets are $2 w/ college i.d. Beer is $1.

Trust me when I say that seeing this movie with a group of your most beloved friends is an experience you'll never forget.

BONUS: For those of you interested in the films we'll be playing at next year's Mixed Tape Film Series and Midnight Madness, we'll be offering an exclusive sneak preview. Plus there will be information on how you can purchase a season pass that will allow you to see all the films while saving a good chunk of money.
Monday, November 17th, 2008
9:41 am
[ballytivnan]
BeardsGiving Fundraiser for BeardsBeCAUSE Today 6:30pm @ CANS

Today at 6:30pm is BeardsGiving - a Beards BeCAUSE fundraiser at CANS uptown.

Celebrate National Beards Month at CANS with The Charlotte Beer Club, Flying Dog Brewery & CANS Uptown & Support Beards BeCAUSE - a fundraiser benefiting the Battered Womens Shelter of Charlotte.

BeardsGiving kicks off at CANS Uptown At 6:30pm on Monday November 17th, to raise donations for Beards BeCAUSE. Watch the Browns vs. Bills, Enjoy $3 Flying Dog Ales, Pint Glass Raffle, Free Appetizers & Support a wonderful cause!

$5 Minimum Donation at the door.
Bring a co worker, friend or family member with you!

CANS Bar & Canteen is located at 500 W. 5th St in Uptown Charlotte.

For more info visit
BeardsBeCAUSE
For more info visit the Charlotte Beer Club

Tuesday, November 4th, 2008
1:37 pm
[eldritchhobbit]
Dystopias Film Series - Free in Hickory, NC
I thought this might be of interest...

The Voices Film Series "Big Brother, Little Sister" events in Hickory, North Carolina on November 12 (Children of Men) and November 19 (1984) are free and open to the public.

&quot;Big Brother, Little Sister&quot;


Read additional information here.
Saturday, August 2nd, 2008
7:06 am
[revolutionnow05]
My Cat is Missing - HELP!
I know this isn't the correct forum - but I'm desperate - anyone in the Charlotte area - please read...

Harley has been missing since yesterday morning.

He is a 7 yr old orange tabby with a long tail.

He is very friendly and smart (and might come if you call his name)

He was last seen on Dixie River Road near Wallace Neel Road in Charlotte NC

He has a black collar with a name tag

If you know his whereabouts please email me ASAP.

Thank you!

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Friday, May 23rd, 2008
3:30 pm
[revolutionnow05]
House for rent in Charlotte
I am trying to rent my house for my landlord before I move out. If anyone is looking for a house in Charlotte please check out my listing.

Craigslist Ad

Wonderful home on a quiet cul-de-sac with lots of trees.

3 Bedroom/2 Bath

Garage, Deck, Garden Tub, Walk in Closets, Ceiling Fans, Fireplace, Energy efficient appliances, Dishwasher, Washer/Dryer, Sizable backyard with a creek, Storage Shed

About 1400 sq. ft. (excluding garage)

If anyone is interested, please contact me.

Thanks!!
Sunday, May 4th, 2008
11:10 pm
[revolutionnow05]
OBGYN in Charlotte
Hello

I am looking for a good OBGYN dr in Charlotte NC

Preferably female who is approachable with a good bedside manner.

Thanks!!
Friday, May 2nd, 2008
9:07 pm
[aggresive_sloth]
radiohead tickets for a show in NC if anyone wants em!

Radiohead in Charlotte, NC

ANYONE WANT TICKETS???

paid about 250 for them, looking to get 220. Theres 2 ebay sites for buy it now.

tickets are in section 9 row Q, NOT LAWN TICKETS.

The show is May 9th

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=250244051199&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT&ih=015

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=250242414913&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT&ih=015

PLEASE BUY THESE TICKETS!!
Friday, February 29th, 2008
8:39 am
[thorin2003]
Friend seeking roommate in Charlotte area
Good morning, everyone! I have a friend who is searching for a new roommate, and she asked if I could post on some LJ communities for her since she's a non-LJer and see if anyone might be interested. She's 34, has been in Charlotte for nearly two years now, works full-time as a dispatcher/911 operator and is about to start going back to school, very easy-going, non-smoker, and has 3 older cats that mostly just lay around. If interested, you can reach her at jstro4real@yahoo.com. Thanks so much!

Cross-posted to north_carolina, charlotte_nc, and charmeck
Wednesday, February 6th, 2008
7:25 am
[eldritchhobbit]
You're invited!
You are cordially invited to discover America through the eyes of its first peoples via the First American: Voices Film Series, a joint effort between Lenoir-Rhyne College and the Women's Resource Center. Both events are free and open to the public.


Date: Wednesday, February 27, 6:30pm
Place: Auditorium, United Arts Council of Catawba County in Hickory, NC


At 6:30pm, see a performance by the All Nations Drum and Performers of Cherokee, NC.
At 7pm, see a screening of Four Sheets to the Wind. This Native-produced film had its world premiere at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, where Tamara Podemski (Saulteaux) won the Special Jury Award for Acting. Director Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Creek) is a Sundance Institute Annenberg Fellow and a 2006 Renew Media Fellow. Producer Chad Burris (Chickasaw) has been a selected to participate in Sundance Institute's Producers Lab. This film follows the drama of one family living in contemporary Native America and is rated R.


Date: Thursday, February 28, 6:30pm
Place: Belk Centrum, Lenoir-Rhyne College in Hickory, NC

At 6:30pm, see a presentation by Dr. Amy H. Sturgis, Native American studies scholar, who will be signing copies of her book The Trail of Tears and Indian Removal at the end of the event.

At 7pm, see a screening of The Trail of Tears: Cherokee Legacy. This Native-produced documentary is endorsed both by the Eastern Band of Cherokees and by the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. It is presented by Wes Studi (Cherokee), and it has won an impressive array of awards, including the Silver World Medal for History (New York Festivals, 2007), the Silver Film Award (Telly Awards, 2007), Best Documentary (American Indian Film Festival, 2006), the Founder’s Award (International Cherokee Film Festival, 2006), and Best Feature Documentary (Native American Music Awards, 2007), among others.


For more information, see the Voices Film Series blog. Check back for additional updates!



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Wednesday, October 17th, 2007
8:57 pm
[eldritchhobbit]
Voices: Irish Story and Song - free to the public in Hickory, NC
“Voices: Irish Story and Song” will be presented by Lenoir-Rhyne College and the Women’s Resource Center, a United Way agency, on Wednesday, Oct. 24 and Thursday, Oct. 25. Both events are free and open to the public.

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Wednesday, September 12th, 2007
1:47 am
[misscuriosity]
FREE SHOW 8/12! Curiosity & ToyBox Theatre!

FREE SHOW at The Rock Shop in Fayetteville! All Ages! 8/12!
Gothic Industrial Music a la Rasputina and The Dresden Dolls...
Puppetry and Performance Art...
All The Way From Chicago...

Sunday, September 9th, 2007
2:51 pm
[eldritchhobbit]
Lost (Stolen?) Dalmations in Lenoir/Blowing Rock, NC area
Hi! I'm posting this for a friend. Please pass along the word! Thanks so much.

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Monday, August 27th, 2007
2:31 am
[evilkwinnie]
Moving questions
Hi, I just joined this community in hope that it will help me find out more about Charlotte. I am considering enrolling in the Art Institute there on Water Ridge Parkway. And of course I need an apartment somewhere near there. Can anyone tell me about that area? Any reccomendations or areas to avoid? The other city that I'm considering is Charleston, SC. How does Charleston compare to Charlotte? Thanks in advance.

Current Mood: awake
Wednesday, August 22nd, 2007
2:41 pm
[drshock]
Hello
I'm new to the community and wanted to say hi.

I moved to NC about 4 years ago from Ohio. I live just outside of Charlotte in Belmont. I'm looking forward to meeting new people in this community.
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