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This Weekend Around Town

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Tonight, if muzak is what you're running from and music is what you're after, check out Jacob's Ladder at the Dugout, or dance while Marques Wyatt spins at the Electric Pickle.

If your winter lover dumped you for the summer, watch two happy people -- Tony n' Tina -- get faux-married at Mansion (there will be champagne and a buffet, we promise). Then hit Local Motion at Nocturnal (no one's married or responsible there, we promise).

MoCA's Optic Nerve XI will show you films that are too short, too innovative, and too damn good for your local megaplex.

Click here for Saturday's happenings and here for Sunday's. There's the SoFla return of DMX, the Daytona 500 of go-kart racing, and Death Print. Take that, last weekend!

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