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Around Town This Weekend

  • Glenn Beck is in town, so instead of shaking your fist at your '90s box, shake it at the man -- live and in person. We hear he has some wonderful things to say.
  • For another form of battle, check out Unconquered 1: November Reign for a luscious MMA fight that'll leave someone begging for a death panel to take him out of his misery.
  • Imagine Shakespeare remixed by Lil' Jon...and then brought down 1 couple of notches and you'll get Shake it Up. How art thou, boo?
  • Part 2 of Shecky's Girl's Night Out is on and that means discounts, deals, and bitches who will elbow you for 25 percent off.
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