4 things to do this weekend

Thursday talk: Cory Doctorow on copyright @ Kansas Union

Boing Boing co-editor, fiction writer and tech advocate Cory Doctorow will be giving a talk, "The Coming War on General Purpose Computing: Every single political issue will end up rehashing the stupid Internet copyright fight," at 7:30 p.m. at Alderson Auditorium in the Kansas Union on campus. It's free.

Weekend theater: "Time Stands Still" @ Theatre Lawrence

Theatre Lawrence's production of the Tony-nominated drama about war photographers and their relationships runs at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday at 1501 New Hampshire St. Tickets range from $22.85 to $16.32.

Saturday music: Kansas Music Hall of Fame induction @ Liberty Hall

The Kansas Music Hall of Fame will add new members in an evening of music and fun. Performances by those honored will include members of Junkyard Jazz and country star Chuck Mead. The event starts at 6 p.m.; for a schedule of who's playing when, check out Liberty Hall's site. Advance tickets are $30.50.

Saturday music: Marty-party @ the Bottleneck

Local bands Cloud Dog, Soft Reed and Cowboy Indian Bear are playing in a celebration of Cowboy member Marty Hillard's birthday. A portion of the revenue will go to Lawrence social service agency Family Promise. It starts at 8 p.m. and is 18+. $6-$8

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scary_manilow 1 year, 4 months ago

Annnnd if you want to see, y'know, ACTUAL rock-n-roll music, come down to the Jackpot on Sunday night and catch Chicago's WHITE MYSTERY. They've been blowing the country for the past couple of years and it's about time the midwest got hip. Lawrence's own DRY BONNET and PALE HEARTS will man the opening duties.

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