Walk like a man
The group Under the Streetlamp – Michael Ingersoll, Michael Cunio, Christopher Kale Jones and Shonn Wiley – first met performing as the “Jersey Boys” on Broadway. The ’60s music singers will fill a two-night stand with slick dance moves and classic hits from the American radio songbook.
7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday; Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts, Raleigh; $47-$62; dukeenergycenterraleigh.com
Christmas in Bahama
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Just a good old-fashioned, small-town Christmas parade with bands, firetrucks and floats by community organizations, put on by the Bahama Ruritan Club. If you go, say it right: Ba-HAY-ma.
10 a.m. Saturday; intersection of Bahama Road and Ball Road, Bahama; Free; 919-471-6397
This art battle and dance party, put on by Oak City Hustle, has the theme “The Bad Guys Won.” The winner is picked by guests who vote via text messaging. Includes a live “painting battle” between artists Eric Dixon and Victory Knight.
8 p.m. Saturday; Stag’s Head Beer Hall & Bottle Shop, 106 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh; $5; oakcityhustle.com/battlechasers
A community-wide Hanukkah celebration with homemade latkes, Hanukkah-inspired games and activities for the kids, music, dancing and much more.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Sunday; Levin Jewish Community Center, 1937 W Cornwallis Road, Durham; Free; levinjcc.org
A Motown Christmas
Dreadlocked crooner Laudau Eugene Murphy Jr., winner of Season 6 of “America’s Got Talent,” brings his 2014 Murphy and Motown Christmas show to Durham, along with Leonard, Coleman & Blunt.
8 p.m. Sunday; Carolina Theatre, 309 W. Morgan St., Durham; $30-$61; carolinatheatre.org