The Weekender



Friday, Nov. 14

Arts: Dance Charlotte!

Booth Playhouse

Charlotte Dance Festival brings the moves to Blumenthal with a variety of acts from N.C. and beyond.

Film: A shaken, but not stirred, Bond is back in Quantum of Solace, and Matt Brunson has the review.

Music: Ala Muerte brings haunting tones to the Milestone.

Saturday, Nov. 15

Food: Soul Food

All over

Discover the best soul food in the Queen City, just in time for some comfort on cold autumn days.

Arts: The play Cell Phone Blues is about Charlotte, so show love for your city at the Afro-American Cultural Center.

Music: The Re-Rapture Party, featuring the best alternative and obscure music from the’80s, rocks it at the Visulite.

Sunday, Nov. 16

Music: Cobra Starship

Tremont Music Hall

Cobra Starship brings bright neon fashions, electro-rock beats and toe-tapping songs for the longing-for-the-1980s kids living in a modern world.

Arts: Doubt, A Parable plays on fears and faith at Duke Energy Theatre.

Food: PJ’s Coffee & Lounge offers hookahs and live entertainment for your Sunday night.

Shameless Self-Promotion

Pop Life: Eclectic nightlife event sponsored by CL and The Sol Kitchen, featuring art, film, and the best music in the Q.C. at Apostrophe Lounge.

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