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Around Town This Weekend

  • The Fort Lauderdale Film Festival kicks off today with Black Dynamite, a new take on the always-entertaining blaxploitation genre. It's gonna git you sucka!
  • Brendan O'Hara and Komakozie of The Big Bounce are landing at Moonchine tonight for a one-off show that promises set after set of their uniquely dope music.
  • The Infinite Bits Convention is giving you a reason to depart from your couch and join like-minded gameheads for hours and hours of thumb-controlled fun. XBox, Wii, PS3, oh my!
  • Feeling generous? The Miami Science Museum's Young Patrons are putting on an event where your money will go to charity and cocktails. Score!
  • And for more "Score," Swingfest 2009 starts today. That is all.
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