Daily Beat: July 31, 2014


Somehow it’s the end of the month! That means tomorrow is first Friday but there is still plenty happening today.


As we mentioned yesterday, there’s a 2-day workshop in progress at the Weatherspoon Art Museum continuing today.

BOB LOG III and the Pork Torta are playing a surprise noon show at Reanimator Records in downtown Winston-Salem. Cool beans!

There will be a press conference at 1 p.m. today at Revolution Mills in Greensboro to address the importance of preserving historic renovation tax credits that the NC General Assembly appears poised to trash.


The Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership is holding a 500 Strong Social at Hoots Roller Bar (hey… that isn’t downtown…) from 5- 7 p.m. tonight.

The High Point Public Library is hosting a reception from 6- 7 p.m. for folks from the  512 Collective and the Artz Program at the Carson Stout Community Center.

The Carolina Theatre in Greensboro is showing the toothy classic Jaws at 7 p.m. Can’t get much more summery than that. There’s also a “Guardians of the Galaxy” gala premiere at Geeksboro at the same time.

A friend (who has nothing to do with this event) told me yesterday that Inequality For All is a great film that I should make it my business to watch. It’s showing tonight at the public library in downtown Greensboro at 7 p.m.

Most importantly: Triad City Beat is hosting a meet & greet with readers (uh, that’s you) at the Brewer’s Kettle in High Point starting at 6 p.m. Goes til whenever!

Later (starting at 9 p.m.) the second Dance from Above event kicks off at the Carolina Theatre. Details here.