Our weekly selection of things to do and see in Raleigh:
Midnight in Paris
Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams star in this Woody Allen movie about an engaged couple visiting Paris where they confront their different dreams and aspirations.
770 Cary Towne Boulevard, Cary, NC
Carmike Park Place 16
9525 Chapel Hill Road, Morrisville, NC
7 & 9:20 pm
Hopscotch Music Festival, Thursday, Sept. 8 – Saturday, Sept. 10
The Hopscotch headliners are Guided By Voices and Drive-By Truckers on Friday, Sept. 9 and The Flaming Lips and Superchunk on Saturday, Sept. 10.
Hopscotch showcases 150 bands over the course of 3 days.
The complete schedule is available on the Hopscotch website.
This map lays out Raleigh City Plaza and all of the venues.
Exhibit: Cherokee Carvers
NC Museum of History
30 Americans Exhibit, March 19–September 4, 2011
30 Americans highlights the work of 31 contemporary African American artists in an exhibition organized by and drawn from the Rubell Family Collection in Miami, Florida.
CAM is a collaboration between the NC State University College of Design CAM Initiative and the Contemporary Art Foundation.
For more ideas, check out the events calendar.