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Sanford
Love Letters
Temple TheaterDays of Our Lives stars Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes visit the Triangle for their production of A.R. Gurney's Love Letters, which runs only Jan. 3-6 at Sanford's Temple Theater. At 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 4, they'll read from their new book Like Sands Through The Hourglass at McIntyre's at Fearrington Village. For more info, visit www.fearrington.com or www.templeshows.com. —Megan Stein

Durham
Wine tasting
Wine Authorities— Run by two men identified as "Seth" and "Craig," the former a chef and sommelier with a degree in microbiology and the latter a wine buyer/ educator and wine rack welder, the new Durham emporium at 2501 University Drive hosts a free tasting of selected wines from noon-3 p.m. www.wineauthorities.com or call 489-2884. —Megan Stein

Raleigh
Campaign 4 Change
Progress Energy Center—"The play everyone's been talking about" features the beats of rapper Joe Crack (a.k.a. Fat Joe) during its four-shows-in-one-day marathon run at the Fletcher Opera Theater with performances at 2:30, 5, 6:30 and 9 p.m. Propelled by the mantra that it's "Time for a Change," the show's slogan is "Use Your Mind, Not Your Nine." www.progressenergycenter.com or call 831-6060. —Megan Stein

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