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The top five things to do this weekend

November 13, 2008

Shaken, not stirred



"Bond, James Bond." The look back at how Bond became Bond continues in "Quantum of Solace," as 007 seeks revenge for the loss of his love. Some theaters are starting to show the movie at 12:01 tonight.

Food of faith



Shalom can have many meanings, including hello, peace and contentment -- all of which seem fitting for Congregation B'nai Abraham's Jewish Food Festival, which returns this Sunday after a three-year absence. Yum.

Words with meaning



Opened for Luther Vandross. Check. Featured performer in Def Jam National Touring Show. Check. Nigerian-born spoken word artist Bassey Ikpi performs in the multipurpose room of Shippensburg University's Ceddia Union Building at 9 tonight. $5 to $10; free for Ship students. Call 717-477-1747 or go to www.ship.edu/news/index.html.

Musical journey



Care to take a "Sentimental Journey" "Up the Lazy River"? The Mason-Dixon Barbershop Chorus performs Saturday at Hagerstown Community College. Also featured is a Sweet Adeline chorus and a tribute to veterans.

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Blow, man, blow



Need some heat? New Orleans' Hot 8 Brass Band performs at Shepherd University on Friday. The band was featured in Spike Lee's documentary, "When the Levees Broke."

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