1) Run for Cover continues at Spruill Gallery.
2) Michael Shelden discusses his book, Mark Twain: Man in White: The Grand Adventure of His Final Years, at Decatur Library.
3) Georgia Organics hosts Herbs from Seeds and Cuttings at Oakhurst Community Garden Project.
4) Die Slaughterhaus Records holds a Bobby Ubangi benefit show at Drunken Unicorn.
5) Hope for Haiti benefits the Mustard Seed Orphanage at Halo Lounge.
(Art from Run for Cover/Photo courtesy John Schneider)
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Great picture and caption.
cep, i hope you become homeless.