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Around Town This Weekend

  • Don't call it a comeback, and rapper JT Money isn't rising from the dead, but his last hit, "Who Dat," was in 1999, and he's back for Halloween weekend -- so you can call it a resurrection.
  • Jazz chanteuse Nicole Henry has returned from Russia (with love) and will be performing soulful standards at MOCA.
  • If you think haunted houses are scary, try being locked in an interrogation room with cops searching for an unruly child murderer. Live it at Ground Up and Rising's version of The Pillowman.
  • See Saw. The latest installment in the horror film series that will inspire you to give more "ew" than "ahhh" will premiere at Club Mansion.
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