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Winter Film Series, Centro-matic

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The Three Stooges

N.C. Museum of Art--The Winter Film Series at the museum concludes with a 75th anniversary celebration of Larry, Curly and Moe, known forever into eternity as The Three Stooges. Seven shorts from 1934 to 1947 will be shown at 8 p.m. --David Fellerath

CHAPEL HILL

CENTRO-MATIC

LOCAL 506--Though it takes several careful listens to settle on the opinion, Fort Recovery may be the most fully realized album yet from Denton, Texas' powerhorse Centro-matic. The 12-track, 47-minute album is a perfect Texas indie boogy, with big meaty guitars, perfectly selective keyboards and a can't-miss rhythm section guiding frontman Will Johnson's indelible voice--a rough, craggy baritone that cracks naturally into an upper-octave register--through some of his best choruses yet. See "Monument Sails" and "Take a Rake" for the cases in point. Misra labelmates Great Lake Swimmers open, along with Chapel Hill's The Prayers and Tears of Arthur Digby Sellers. The $8 show starts at 10 p.m. For an interview with Johnson, see www.indyweekblogs.com/scan. --Grayson Currin

hillsborough

No time for tears

masonic lodge--In Hillsborough's final Winter Friday, Elizabeth Bouiss' No Time for Tears: Vietnam,
the Women Who Served
will screen with the director in attendance. The women discuss their lives in the war zone, and the world they encountered back home. The 8:30 p.m. showing is free. --David Fellerath

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