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Around Town This Weekend

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No one said that lasting through the summer of 2009 would be easy, but alas, you've made it and finally there's shit to do on the weekend. Major shit to do. Tonight it's all about the music: Married duo Calahoney jams at Tobacco Road, techno gets the Pickle treatment by Bruno Pronsato, synth-disco duo Glass Candy plays live at the Vagabond, underground hip-hopper Termanology turns it up at PS14, and Hot Nights, Cool Jazz keeps it smooth at the Bass.

Saturday is all about the Wynwood art walk. More than 60 galleries will show, and our resident artophiles, P. Scott Cunningham and Carlos Suarez De Jesus, have cobbled together guides you shouldn't leave home without. Check them out here and here, respectively.

 

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