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Friday, July 27, 2012

Weekend Hit List

Posted By on Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 1:16 PM

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Friday 27th

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  • The Meltdowns

    Rick Mills is a name known by most on the local rock ’n’ roll scene thanks to his work with the Seat Belts, the Volcanos and, back in the 1980s and ’90s, as “Creepy Rick,” fronting the Cramps... [READ MORE]

  • La Chispa & Company present Duendeando

    Here’s a bit of delightful coincidence. Earlier this year we got to see a read-through of The Troublemakers: Frida and Diego in Detroit, Louis Aguilar’s play-in-progress about Frida Kahlo, Diego... [READ MORE]

  • Johnny Headband CD Release Party

    The long-awaited follow-up to Johnny Headband's 2006 Happiness Is Underrated is finally here. And the band is back from a recent U.K.-Northern Europe tour, so they'll be in fine form to celebrate its... [READ MORE]

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Saturday 28th

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  • Witness: The Art of Jerry Pinkney

    If you’ve spent any time in children’s book sections, you’ve likely experienced the work of Jerry Pinkney, since he’s illustrated more than 100 volumes, winning a slew of Caldecott and other... [READ MORE]

  • Pistol Day Parade

    Pistol Day Parade has managed to muscle its way onto local hard rock radio stations like WRIF thanks to a combination of hard work, radio-friendly metal tunes and the band’s bullish attitude toward... [READ MORE]

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Sunday 29th

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  • Concours d’Elegance of America

    Classic car fans, your dreams have come true. The 34th Annual Concours d’Elegance of America pulls into Plymouth this week, featuring all kinds of rides, including early motorcars, ‘vettes, Jags,... [READ MORE]

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Monday 30th

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  • Shonen Knife

    This promises to be a hell of a show. Here you have Japanese all-girl bubblegum pop-punk band Shonen Knife sharing the bill with our very own Amy Gore & Her Valentines. It’s a Go-Go-off at the... [READ MORE]

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