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Weekend Round-up: Shake It Off

The best events in Charleston Nov. 7-9

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Where the hell did this year go? We hate to be those people who always talk about time flying by, but seriously how is it November already? But rather than get down about this year ending, we're going to shake it off and live up every last weekend of 2014.

Friday Party with stars of Southern Charm on the USS Yorktown to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. And yes, T. Rav will be there.

Get some culture in your life with the Nuovo Cinema Italiano Festival.

The start of the new month, means lots of new art and First Fridays on Broad. Exhibits are opening at the City Gallery at Waterfront Park and Robert Lange Studio as well.

Get some laughs in and see the rising stars of the Charleston comedy scene at the last preliminary round of the Charleston Comedy Festival Stand-up Competition.

Downtown is about to be over-run with teens — and many adults — in love with young adult fiction. YALLFest is back.

It's the last weekend for the fair — and we heard the fried Oreos are exceptionally delish and the bunnies extra fluffy this year.

The Sunset Years, the latest play from Thomas and Judy Heath (Perfectly Normel People), takes the stage at Threshold Repertory Theatre.

Saturday Bless the Vines that provide us with the greatness that is wine at Irvin~House Vineyards.

Stock up on vinyls at Charleston Record Expo day.

Feast on barbecue while watching football and listening to live music — all while raising money for Windwood Farms — at the annual Pigskin Palooza at the Barn at Mixson.

Just in time for Veterans Day, Patriots Point's newest exhibit the Vietnam Experience opens this weekend. And all veterans get in free on Tuesday.

Local band Dangermuffin celebrates the release of their new CD at the Pour House. 

Park Circle Film Society is showing Frank, about an enigmatic band leader — played by Michael Fassbender — who wears a mask over his head.

Help Save the Rhinos with a party at Trophy Lakes.

Cheer on cornhole competitors at the Battle of the Bags as they try to sink their bags and raise money for the Folly Beach Turtle Watch Program.

See comedian Christopher Titus as he explains his thoughts on the pursuit of happiness.

Five bands compete for the chance to go to Memphis, Tenn. at the Lowcountry Blues Club. The winner gets to perform at the International Blues Challenge.

Hear comedy duo Reformed Whores sing about drunk dialing and girls pooping at Theatre 99.

John Prine and Jason Isbell perform at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center.

Ever wanted to learn how to salsa? Now's your chance at this workshop.

Sunday It's the Lowcountry Highrollers' fall championship. See them whip it all over the rink.

Want new clothes but are on a budget? Head to Re-Trend and swap out your duds for some new ones.

This cooler weather is made for oyster roasts. Good thing Zero George is hosting Pigs 'N Pearls.

Grab your big hat or bow tie and hit up the Charleston Cup for some steeplechase horseracing.

It's time for another Second Sunday.

Tour Sullivan's Island homes while nibbling on eats from chefs during Art on the Beach and Chefs in the Kitchen.

 

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