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Oh, Those Summer
What We ¥ Wednesday
Meghan Grady, Staff Writer
Anyone staying in Raleigh
may be interested in some of the
many upcoming events to help you
enjoy those warm summer nights.
The Triangle has much to offer its
residents in terms of entertain
ment, with providers like the RBC
Center, Rrogress Energy Center
Raleigh Memorial Auditorium, and
Time Warner Cable Music Pavil
ion at Walnut Creek. You can visit
www.ticketmaster.com to search
for events and purchase tickets.
There are a variety of the shows
throughout the summer, from mu
sic to dance and more!
Music: On July 9, Michael
Buble visits the RBC Center -
and who doesn’t swoon over this
smooth Canadian? Another jazz
favorite, Norah Jones, will be in
concert at Durham Performing
Arts Center on August 8. If you
prefer country music, 94.7 QDR’s
Country Megaticket is on sale now
for events featuring Eric Church,
Brooks and^Dunn, Brad Paisley,
Rascal Flatts, Toby Keith, Sugar-
land, and Tim McGraw at the TWC
Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek.
Also performing at this venue are
Lyiiyrd Skynyrd on June 18, Phish
on July 1, John Mayer on July 17,
and Jack Johnson on August 21.
If you like shagging to beach mu
sic, the North Hills Beach Music
Series begins on April 15 with the
Embers, scheduled for each Thurs
day from 6-9 pm through August
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Trends: Owls - In high school my
•nickname was Bubo (...long story),
' named after Athena’s whizzing,
golden, pet owl in the original Clash
Si' of the titans (which was recently
'• renrade with only a brief cameo
nod to the memory of the original
Bubo...not that I feel betrayed or
anything of course). Over the past
six months, I’ve noticed that owls
have become increasingly trendy.
The Washington Post even wrote
a brief article entitled “The Owl
Trend: Hoo Knew?” which intro
duced owl trends in jewehy, cloth
ing, and shoes and reminisced about
sweet old Mr. Owl who was always
answering the question “How many
licks docs it take to get to the center
of a Tootsie Pop?” If you want
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to join in on the trend, I suggest
searching iVnthropologie’s online
store; they offer owl aprons, rugs,
plates, doorstops, knobs, and even
dishtowels. Urban Outfitter’s otiline
store also offers owl rings, t-shirts,
and even bottle openers and flasks.
If you want a softer owl, you can
make a sweet owl stuffed animal
at the local Build-a-Bear store. In
Roman times, owls were renowned
for their wisdom, so maybe hopping
on this trendy bandwagon will help
you out with upcoming exams and
finals (or maybe not, but anything’s
worth a try% right?).
Campus Life: Herald Staff - This
week’s issue has a lot of ads, so I
ran out of space to do a little thank
you note to the 2009-2010 Herald
.staff, so I thought I'd put it here.
Last week I ivrote a Letter from the
Editor asking for support from the
Meredith community, but there are
a dozen ladies that have dedicated
their time to the Herald all year.
I’d like to thank: outgoing Editor,
Courtney Angers for teaching me
everything I know, advisor. Ms.
Britt for her help and guidance, all
of the .staff ivriters for giving up a
few hours each week for a flailing
paper, the copyeditors (some of
whom I have never even met) for
reading articles, and finally the lay
out staff for stepping in and taking
over lay’out when I could no longer
do it myself. Thank you guys for all
of your hard work this semester! I
hope we hqve more help in the fall
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