IL SOGNO DEL MARINAIO
Let’s be honest here — no matter what the name of the band is, people are probably going to refer to it as “Mike Watt and the other guys.” Watt, bassist/co-founder of the Minutemen and Firehose, is the obvious draw here. His bass is the driving force to the atmospheric music which also offers a backdrop to some of Watt’s gravelly, spoken-word style of lyrical presentation.
Homicide.Killing. Murder. Manslaughter. In whatever 'legal' context it it determined, if the target is a person of color, it falls under the protective umbrella of a mis(concept)ion called justifiable homicide. Join the LATIBAH Theatre Ensemble as they explore and explain this practice and behavior specifically directed against the male of color. See and listen as the key players in these fraudulent and man-created circumstances (the victims, the offenders, the attorneys, the affected families, the witnesses and the preachers) tell their 'side' of this eastern, northern, southern and west side story General Admission - $5 and LATIBAH Members - Freehttp://www.LATIBAHMuseum.org/programs
Visit historic downtown Belmont for its annual Halloween Bash! Dress up the kids for the Zombie Run and Costume Contest as well as carnival games, food, candy, prizes, super slide, entertainment and more! Event is free to attend. Freehttp://www.cityofbelmont.org
Comedy, music and magic will characterize this years geekiest Halloween party. The theme is time travel, but feel free to come as you are. For tickets, visit http://charlottegeeks.com/geek-gala/. $30
The Charlotte Geeks self-describe as "a blended family of individuals who enjoy a multitude of fandoms in the sci fi, fantasy, anime, online, and gaming realms." This year's Geek Gala promises an evening of games, dress up, and prizes. $30.
CBCC will be out for blood at The Haunted Mill on Oct. 25 and Oct. 26. Stop by the CBCC blood mobile and donate blood to help save local lives. Blood donors at The Haunted Mill blood drive will receive a free VIP Haunted Mill admission ticket. Walk-ins are welcome or to make an appointment, call 704-972-4700. nonehttp://www.cbcc.us