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'There was a star danced'
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The weather is absolutely beautiful these days, but those nasty hot summer months are just around the corner. Take advantage of the breeze that’s left and spend some time outside before it’s too hot to breathe comfortably. A fantastic outside thing you need to do: Shakespeare in the Park! Pack a picnic and some drinks, bring a blanket and get a prime spot in Piedmont Park to enjoy ‘Much Ado About Nothing” this weekend. If you’re too good to sit on the ground, they have some table seating available. I’m a fan of Shakespeare, though I understand that his work isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. But if you wanted a starter play, “Much Ado About Nothing” is a good one to go with. It’s a comedy, easy to understand, has a good bit of sarcasm and sass, and Hollywood even picked it up, but messed up by casting Keanu Reeves. Even if you don’t like the play, you’ll enjoy sitting under the stars in the park on a lovely evening. Quit being boring and get tickets now!

Price: $20 for a table, FREE on the green

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