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Free Events This Week: Theatre Under the Stars, Burlesque, Ketchy Shuby

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This week's free events include movie showings, concerts and exhibitions -- in other words, the perfect combination to get you through the next few days without busting your budget. Take a break from your job(s) and from the throbbing migraine that is the Florida Republican debates, grab your honey or your friends, and hit the town.


Theatre Under the Stars: Tonight's edition of the Hollywood Beach Concert Series features the classic film Poppy.


Shenanigans: Hellion Burlesque, performances by Charles Peters Comedy and music by Mask Era and Tony Clifton's Mustache promise an entertaining night at Fox's Sherron Inn.


Strut: The Electric Pickle presents new live music every week with resident DJ Grace Jones and live house band Ausgang.

Photosoup: Local photographer Jonathan Brooks' solo exhibition can be viewed at the First National Bank of South Miami's Dadeland location.


Ketchy Shuby: The Vagabond hosts Ketchy Shuby's "Downtown Soul Records Singles Club" release party with guest DJ Manuvers and resident DJs A-Train and Rob Riggs. RSVP to shake305@gmail.com for free entry.

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