Jordan Rain, aka Yogoman, djs from 8 to 10 p.m. Friday at the Commercial Street Night Market on the 1300 block of Commercial Street.
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Anne Feeney and Gary Kanter will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday at Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship, 1207 Ellsworth St. The concert is sponsored by the Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship Social and Environmental Justice Committee, the Northwest Washington Central Labor Council and Jobs with Justice. The concert is a fundraiser to benefit the Larry Hildes Medical Fund. Hildes is a Bellingham civil rights attorney specializing in the civil rights of demonstrators in both criminal and civil cases; the rights of journalists; issues of domestic spying and surveillance; police misconduct; and race, gender, and sexual orientation discrimination.
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With influences including Mississippi John Hurt, Rev. Gary Davis and Dave Van Ronk, Charlie Parr plays original and traditional folk and Piedmont-style blues, accompanying himself on National Resonator Guitars, 12-string guitar and banjo at 7 p.m. Wednesday at The Green Frog, 1015 N. State St. There will be a cocktail reception at 7 p.m., before the performance. Tickets are $12 at acoustictavern.com.
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The Chuckanut Radio Hour features Charmaine Craig, author of “Miss Burma,” on Thursday at Whatcom Community College’s Heiner Theater, 237 W. Kellogg Road. Based on the story of the author’s mother and grandparents, “Miss Burma” is a portrait of how modern Burma came to be and of the ordinary people swept up in the struggle for self-determination and freedom. Tickets for the Chuckanut Radio Hour are $5 and are available at Village Books and BrownPaperTickets.com, or receive a free ticket with pre-purchase of “Miss Burma.” Musical guest is Lucas Hicks. Seating begins at 6:30 p.m.; taping begins promptly at 7 p.m.
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Desiree Roy and Ephraim Westbrook star in Bellingham Theatre Guild’s production of “I and You,” onstage Thursday through July 30 at the guild playhouse, 1600 H St.
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Artistic director Michael Palmer and the Bellingham Festival of Music Orchestra and Chorus get a jump start on Leonard Bernstein’s centennial (August 2017-August 2019) with an all-Bernstein program at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Western Washington University’s Performing Arts Center. Robert McDuffie is the violin soloist in “Serenade,” The program opens with Overture to “Candide,” and closes with rousing Symphonic Dances from “West Side Story.”
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