In what is an unfortunate annual tradition, the Triangle has once again shut down due to a misery-making layer of ice, sleet and snow. The roads are dangerous, especially at night, which means a bunch of evening activities scheduled for this weekend are being canceled. Here’s our running list of cancellations. If you’ve got one to add or update, tweet at us, send us an email or leave notice in the comments.

Things, so far, that are still happening:
• The Everymen will play two sets at Slim’s
• Naked Naps, Mothers and Less Western at Kings
The Hot at Nights at The Pour House
• Aaron Carter at Cat’s Cradle, Baked Goods in the Cat’s Cradle Back Room (headliner Dangermuffin canceled)

• Duke Performances’ presentation of the Rez Abassi Invocation at Baldwin Auditorium, which will be re-scheduled in Duke Performances’ 2016-2017 season.
• Lonnie Holley at Duke Coffeehouse tonight, with no new date announced yet.
• Peter Yarrow at Fletcher Concert Hall in Raleigh, originally scheduled for tonight, has been re-scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 30.
Jon Shain and Joe Newberry will play at Plan B on Sunday, Jan. 24, instead of tonight.
• Black Violin at the Carolina Theatre has been postponed until April 5, while Durham Academy’s WISER a cappella has yet to be re-scheduled. (All film screenings, including tonight’s Retro showing, will still happen as planned).
• N.C. Theatre’s singing competition at Crabtree Valley Mall has been canceled.
• At the Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh, tonight’s Steep Canyon Rangers show with Lowland Hum has been postponed until March 19. Saturday’s Ani DiFranco show has been bumped to Sunday night.
• Carolina Performing Arts has canceled tonight’s performance featuring saxophonist Melissa Aldana.
• The family-friendly presentation of pianist Anatoly Larkin, originally scheduled for Saturday night, will happen on Feb. 13 instead.
• Tonight’s show at Motorco celebrating Professor Toon’s album release has been postponed until Feb. 4. Made of Oak, however, will still DJ at 8 p.m. That is free.
• Tomorrow night’s South Carolina Broadcasters show at The ArtsCenter is canceled, and has been re-scheduled for March 26.
• The Joe Pug and Horse Feathers show at the Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw has been canceled, with no new date announced.
• Beauty World’s film-paired performance at Durham’s new Unexposed has been re-scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 28.
• The Second Wife and SOON at Local 506 has been canceled.
• PROM will no longer play at The Cave tonight.
• Young Yonder’s performance at Mystery Brewing Company in Hillsborough has been canceled.
• At The Pinhook, tonight’s Pinkerton Raid crowdfunding kickoff with Kamara Thomas and Canine Heart Sounds has been postponed until Jan. 31, while Saturday’s show with Bully has been moved to Monday, Jan. 25.

Arts, etc.:
• Jay Williams’ reading at The Regulator in Durham, but this one isn’t weather-related—he got a call from ESPN.
• The opening reception for Nancy Cohen’s Hackensack Dreaming at the Power Plant Gallery in Durham has been re-scheduled for Feb. 19.
• A/V Geeks’ “Atomic Energy Can Be a Blessing” presentation at the Hunt Library on N.C. State’s Centennial Campus will be re-scheduled later in the semester.
• The ArtsCenter in Carrboro is closed today, meaning tonight’s show with comedian Tim Lee is canceled , as are all after-school and evening programs. Lee’s performance has been re-scheduled for May 7.
• The Durham Central Park Food Truck Rodeo scheduled for this Sunday has been pushed back a week to Jan. 31.
• Tonight’s screening of Monty Python and the Holy Grail at the Rialto in Raleigh has been canceled, with a new date to be announced.