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West point on the eno parkRiverside High has built a strong photography program. Now the kids want you to come see their work in the Hugh Mangum Museum of Photography at West Point on the Eno, including “Broken” (above) by Celide Espriella. The exhibit is open Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5 p.m., but it will be on view through June 24. For more on the park, visit www.enoriver.org/eno/parks/WestPoint. David Fellerath

CAT’S CRADLENot as flashy as Method Man or as nutty as his late cousin ODB, GZA has flow and lyrical dexterity. His first solo work, Liquid Swords, established him as the Wu player to beat. Lately, Ghostface has wrestled the solo crown from GZA, so good to see him out on the prowl. RSVP at scion.com/livemetro for the 9:30 p.m. show. Chris Parker

NORTH CAROLINA STATE FAIRGROUNDSJoin the Triangle Lebanese Association for its 9th Annual Lebanese Festival today at 11 a.m. Festival-goers can enjoy authentic food, music, arts and crafts in the Scott Building. Admission is $2. For more info, call 851-5187 or visit www.tlanc.org. Iesha Brown