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Got plans this weekend? 1.25 – 1.27

01.25.2008 by André Natta · → Leave a comment

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We’ve already told you about two chances to see presidential hopefuls Huckabee and Obama on Saturday and Sunday respectively. If it turns out you pick the right one to attend, you’ll be telling your grandkids you witnessed history being made. I personally don’t care who you are supporting. All I ask is that you do some research, pick the one you like and vote. No complaining allowed if you don’t vote. Your first chance is in the Alabama primary, Feb. 5.

Some suggestions after the jump…

Friday night a new show opens at What’s on Second? “Art and Needful Things: Featuring the Best of Birmingham’s Downtown Artists” includes Sandy Tilt, Leo Ticheli, Judith Proctor, Dee Falls, Bill Strain, Pam Till, Adelaide Booth, Liz Reed and Amy Collins. The free opening night reception takes place from 5-9 p.m. If you don’t catch it tonight, the show runs through Feb. 3. What’s on Second? is located at 2306 2nd Ave. North in downtown Birmingham.

Speaking of art, if you haven’t been the Birmingham Museum of Art yet to see “Pompeii: Tales from an Eruption,” time is running out. The exhibit ends Sunday.

Speaking of Sunday, you can catch the Indigo Girls at the Alys Stephens Center 7 p.m. Sunday night. FYI, my favorite song is “Romeo and Juliet.” Same night at the Carver Theater you can hear Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars at 8:15. The show is being produced by Secret History and Bottletree so you can read more about this amazing group of people on the Bottletree website.

If you’ve got any other ideas, let us know in the comments section.

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