When you hear that Brain Awareness Week begins this Saturday, March 2, you may think that means there is going to be lots of complicated scientific and medical information coming to the local news. And there will be scientific and medical information coming your way. But the coordinated efforts by scientists, teachers, students and service organizations are open to the public, and welcome audiences of any age and level of expertise. Several of the events will be held in locations around Durham, including a talk by Humanities Writ Large Visiting Faculty Fellow Ralph James Savarese on "Poetic Potential in Autism." Come to Fullsteam Brewery on Tuesday, March 5 at 7 p.m. for this fascinating look at neurodiversity. And check out the other events, too.