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Raleigh
James McBride and Song Yet Sung
Quail Ridge Books and Music—A dual artist—as a jazz musician and a writer—James McBride is the author of four books, three of them novels. His first novel, The Miracle at St. Anna, is being turned into a Spike Lee film. Song Yet Sung, his latest, is inspired by Harriet Tubman about two slaves and the tyrannical world that surrounds them. For more info, visit www.quailridgebooks.com, or call 828-1588. —Megan Stein


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Chapel Hill
Taz Halloween Chatham County Luau
Local 506—With a voice as big and outrageous as her name, Taz Halloween's siren song has ruled Triangle stages for more than two decades. Her sultry vamps, saucy Southern sashay and curtain-burning torch-singing have graced numerous local combos, where her luminous personality can't help but steal the stage. She's a fire starter, and—tonight, in late February?—she hosts a luau. —Chris Parker

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