Weekend Round-Up: Cloudy With a Chance of Groundhog 

The best events in Charleston Jan. 31-Feb. 2

After Jimmy Fallon reunited our favorite '90s trio of dudes — a.k.a. Danny Tanner, Uncle Jesse, and Joey Gladstone — we've been having major T.G.I.F flashbacks. And we don't know about you, but this Friday is one that we are welcoming with very open arms and an extra dose T.G.I.F-ness. And we're filling those arms with some pretty kickass events.

Friday Jody Zellen and Bob Trotman's exhibits open at the Halsey tonight. Our arts writer Leah Rhyne described Zellen's work as a Google doodle in real life. That sounds pretty cool.

If you're into baseball, you may want to head to the Hot Stove Banquet and Auction tonight. Javy Lopez and Phil Niekro will be signing autographs and taking pics.

Need a good laugh to start your weekend? Charleston Music Hall hosts the latest stand-up comedy night.

It's your last weekend to see Tom Stoppard's Arcadia. Check out our review of it here to see if it's your cup of tea. We think your answer should be yes.

What If? Production's Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens opens. A space-aged cabaret whodunnit — what more could you want?

Yo Burrito closes its doors this evening. Bid it farewell with some mason jar margs.

Saturday Celebrate Groundhog Day — a day earlier — with a concert to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Halsey.

Jena Malone and Chloe Seviginy teamed up in The Wait, a movie about a resurrection and psychics. Kinda.

If you're feeling fancy, don your dressy garb and head to the Chase After a Cure Gala.

Sunday Today's really only about the Super Bowl. Check out the deals and specials around town to make your Monday that much more miserable.

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