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Durham
JAMES L. PEACOCK
REGULATOR BOOKSHOP—The South likes talking about the South, and James L. Peacock, Kenan Professor of Anthropology at UNC-CH, addresses the changing identity of the Southern states in his new work, Grounded Globalism: How the U.S. South Embraces the World. Peacock will discuss and sign copies of his book tonight at the Regulator Bookshop. The event starts at 7 p.m. Visit www.regbook.com or call 286-2700 for more information. —Ashley Roberts

Raleigh
RED COLLAR, THE BLEEDING HEARTS
TIR NA NOG—The Bleeding Hearts and Red Collar sing about earlier days with fantasy-driven and idealistic sincerity. The Bleeding Hearts' first slice of Cooper/Cheap Trick bar rock was called Stayin' After Class, and it revisited "extracurricular activities" way back when. Red Collar is a hard-working act of five day-jobbers revisiting punk rock élan with brawny two-guitar anthems. Spark Con's opening rock show costs $3 and starts at 9 p.m. with The Pneurotics, The Proclivities and Gray Young. —Grayson Currin

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