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7/25/12 – 7/31/12

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This week’s edition of B-There features the best of events and destinations in and around the city!. I’ve highlighted some of my top choices where you can be entertained in the aisles, at the park or on the lake….with hopes that you get to B-There!

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An Intimate Evening:
Lindsey Buckingham at the Alys Stephens Center
Alys Stephens Center, July 26, 8:00 PM

The ASC will present acclaimed guitarist, singer-songwriter, Lindsey Buckingham on July 26. A Fleetwood Mac icon and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member, his intimate one-man performance at UAB’s Alys Stephens Center will showcase his distinctive guitar style. With the release of his album, ‘Seeds We Sow’ coming in this fall,  Buckingham will share his solo works, as well as favorites from the Fleetwood Mac catalog. Named by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the “greatest guitarists of all time”, don’t miss the chance to catch his live show here in Birmingham!

 

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The 3rd Annual Soiree@Soho:
Young Professionals on the Role Model Runway
July 26, Rosewood Hall at Soho Square, 6:30 – 9:00 PM

The Girl Scouts Young Professionals Society will host the third annual Soiree@SoHo (formally Soiree@Saks) on July 26, featuring live music, food and drinks, a silent auction and role model runway fashion show provided by Belk at Brookwood Mall.  The Role Model Runway will feature Young Professionals from the Birmingham metro community,  sharing the latest looks from Belk. Tickets are $30 single or $50 for a couple. A fun, festive and definitely fashionable evening, the Soiree@Soho is the ‘don’t miss’ to-do this week!  NEWS! Congrats to Lindsey Seal, TWITTER winner of SIX tickets to Soiree@Soho!  

 

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Get Fresh at The Summit Farmers Market

 

The Summit has partnered with Urban Cookhouse to present the Summit Farmers Market! Find market favorites like fresh local produce, handcrafted jewelry, coffee beans, pasta, breads, cheeses, sauces, soaps, lotions and more. Kid-friendly activities and entertainment make it fun for the whole family.

 

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Land Aid 2012: A Benefit for

the Freshwater Land Trust

Avondale Brewery, July 27 7:00 PM

 

Join the Freshwater Land Trust Junior Board for the 4th Annual Land Aid concert. Land Aid will be rockin’ the Avondale Brewery from 7 p.m. until 1 a.m., featuring local bands including Jon Vogel, Terry Ohms of ‘Vulture Whale’, as well as ‘David & Molly’. The headlining act will be ‘Rollin’ in the Hay’, an Alabama-based bluegrass band recently featured at the Hangout Festival and winners of the ‘Road to Roo’ contest to play at this year’s Bonnaroo Music Festival. Tickets are $20 and include a free drink with entry. There will be a fantastic raffle along with other prizes. All proceeds benefit the Freshwater Land Trust.

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LOFT Opening at The Summit:
Supply Support for Girls, Inc.

LOFT, The Summit, July 27 – July 28

To celebrate LOFT’s new concept store at The Summit, LOFT has partnered with the Young Professionals of Birmingham Group and Girls, Inc. for this store opening event!  LOFT offers a special opening weekend discount for customers who bring in school supplies to donate to Girls, Inc. – these items could include pencils, multicolor construction paper, pens, legal notepads, post-its, jump ropes, etc.  In addition, guests will be treated to live music by a DJ (Saturday), a GWP with a purchase of $75+ and the opportunity to enter a raffle to receive a $250 gift certificate. Customers will have the opportunity to donate supplies to Girls, Inc. and enter the raffle all weekend long starting on Friday, July 27. Save, support and shop in style – at LOFT’s opening!

 


Eric Essix: New Music, New Album
Alys Stephen Center, July 28, 6:00 & 7:30 PM

With nearly 20 albums as a solo artist, Birmingham’s ultra-talented Eric Essix is  releasing a recording of brand-new music this month. The album will be his first “self-titled” project, and it comes on the heels of his acclaimed “Retrospective: Ballads” album released earlier this year. Essix’s release debut concert is part of the Alys Stephens Center’s GoodSongs/GoodPeople series presented by Good People Brewing Co. and Birmingham Mountain Radio. You can take your drink to your seat in a theatre-friendly cup and raise a glass to the new release from Essix!.

More details here

 


The 27th Annual
Function at the Junction

Erskine Hawkins Park, Ensley, July 28  
Free, 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

For almost three decades, attendees gather at this annual event to enjoy music, food, a parade, dance performances, community arts and to celebrate jazz musician and Birmingham native Erskine Hawkins who immortalized the area’s night life in his song “Tuxedo Junction.” When Hawkins first wrote the song in 1939, he intended it primarily as a filler on the flip side of an album for the song “Gin Mill Special.” However, the song far surpassed “Gin Mill Special” in popularity, and Hawkins, living in New York at the time, added the words which secured his hometown hot spot’s place in history. Remember Birmingham’s own Erskine Hawkins and celebrate today’s community at ‘Function at the Junction’

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‘The Loving Story’: Film at the Civil Rights Museum 

Birmingham Civil Rights Museum, July 28, 2:00 PM

Catch this free screening of the award-winning film THE LOVING STORY followed by a PANEL DISCUSSION with leaders from the civil rights movement. Loving v. Virginia was a watershed civil rights case in which the United States Supreme Court declared Virginia’s anti-miscegenation statute unconstitutional in 1967. A racially charged criminal trial and a heartrending love story converge in this documentary about the Lovings, an interracial couple who fell in love and married at a tumultuous social and political time in American history, yet nevertheless brought about change where previously no one else could. Through stunning archival footage of the Lovings, the film revisits this public battle through the eyes of a private couple who simply wanted to have the right to get married and live in the place they called home. 

 

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The Charlie Daniels Band
at AMPalooza
The Lake Martin Amphitheater, July 28, Gates open 4:00 PM – Show time 5:15 PM

Lake Martin, Alabama will be the setting for hot music, and plenty of fun with family and friends this weekend. After a day of play on Lake Martin, bring your chairs & blankets and relax on the grass for this big entertainment event! It’s an ideal meet-up with friends for a big Saturday night of music at the Amp. The Grammy Award-winning Charlie Daniels and his band are set to headline AMPalooza with guests The Vegabonds, Rexton Lee and Brent Cobb.

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