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We (Heart) Smoking Pigs 

Plus '80s art and planet-saving paint

SORRY VEGANS: People weren't the only ones partying at the 7th Annual Pig Pickin' at the Penguin on Saturday, July 7. The restaurant also smoked two (smokin') pigs for the event, which survived a heavy thunderstorm to rock through the night. - JEFF HAHNE
  • Jeff Hahne
  • SORRY VEGANS: People weren't the only ones partying at the 7th Annual Pig Pickin' at the Penguin on Saturday, July 7. The restaurant also smoked two (smokin') pigs for the event, which survived a heavy thunderstorm to rock through the night.

STAR-SPANGLED KID: Jem Crossland and the Hypertonics kept the music going as one of four bands to perform in the parking lot of the Penguin during the Pig Pickin.' - JEFF HAHNE
  • Jeff Hahne
  • STAR-SPANGLED KID: Jem Crossland and the Hypertonics kept the music going as one of four bands to perform in the parking lot of the Penguin during the Pig Pickin.'

GALLERY CRAWL, YES, YES Y'ALL: Last Saturday (July 7), the art collective known as Godcity staged an opening for its "80's Kids Art Show" exhibit at the Art House in NoDa. The event featured music, cool people and ... well ... art. Art lover Kysa Breeden admired the fresh pictures  inspired by 1980s pop culture  and rocked a pair of funky earrings. - JASIATIC
  • Jasiatic
  • GALLERY CRAWL, YES, YES Y'ALL: Last Saturday (July 7), the art collective known as Godcity staged an opening for its "80's Kids Art Show" exhibit at the Art House in NoDa. The event featured music, cool people and ... well ... art. Art lover Kysa Breeden admired the fresh pictures inspired by 1980s pop culture and rocked a pair of funky earrings.

WAR PAINT: Chatham Olive of the Sierra Club (left) and Alan Burns of the Charlotte Area Green Party attended the Neighborhood Theatre's Live Earth event last Saturday  and proved that face paint is not just for kids. - ERIN SUTTON
  • Erin Sutton
  • WAR PAINT: Chatham Olive of the Sierra Club (left) and Alan Burns of the Charlotte Area Green Party attended the Neighborhood Theatre's Live Earth event last Saturday and proved that face paint is not just for kids.

 

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