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Can I Say II, Featuring Anchorman, the Ruins, and Tongues of the Heartworm, Happens at Cinema Paradiso on Sunday August 30

Mark Pollack, who is my former partner in crime in punk rock and HC shows, as well as a mainstay in the music scene, is putting on another excellent and free event for those in the Broward County area. It's happening again at Cinema Paradiso on Sunday, August 30, and features a record swap, live performances by Anchorman, the Ruins, and Tongues of the Heartworm as well as a screening of House of the Rising Punk.  This night of madness is co-sponsored by Adam Facenda's True Love Tattoo of Margate and Radio-Active Records of Fort Lauderdale.  The event is free and for more information email Mark at gbvone@yahoo.com 

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