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Scott Miller
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Scott Miller

Berkeley Cafe—The only thing more entertaining than an educated wiseass is an educated wiseass with a guitar. It makes perfect sense, then, that Scott Miller has covered songs by Roger Miller ("I Ain't Comin' Home Tonight" was the longtime opener and closer for his late V-Roys) and Tom T. Hall (Miller tackled "I Can't Dance" with the Commonwealth on last year's For Crying Out Loud). They all belong to the same wit-grit-brains fraternity. Just check out "Mary," "Ciderville Saturday Night" and "Sin in Indiana" from Miller's deep catalog. He hits the stage at 8 p.m., sans Commonwealth but with guitar and plenty of lip. Tickets are $12 in advance or $15 the day of the show. See www.berkeleycafe.net. —Rick Cornell


Deborah Carnes Christie

The Regulator Bookshop—North Carolina lawyer Deborah Carnes Christie made a commitment toward building an eco-friendly house in Orange County's Piney Mountain in 2003. She chronicles experiences building and living in the resulting house in her book Green House: The Story of a Healthy, Energy-Efficient Home. It's a must-read for those looking into the realities of building or remodeling a house to be more friendly to the environment. Christie will read from and sign copies of her book starting at 7 p.m. Visit www.regulatorbookshop.com. —Zack Smith

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