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Glad You Asked: RAC, Stephen Kellogg and Attack Attack!



Dear GYA, It would appear that people are extremely worried about the nation's current honey bee situation, and rightfully so. As a scientist and an expert in the field, let me calmly explain to everyone that no matter what happens, Axl Rose is still a giant piece of crap. Am I right? Good lord, he sucks. Anything happening today more entertaining than that chud Axl Rose? Frank Demerolli, Bee Scientist---

Frank, Axl is pretty bad, no one is denying that. But this bee situation is probably worse ... maybe. Anyway, here's what's happening this evening: 

The kids at Nightfreq are bringing in DJ and producing duo RAC (Remix Artist Collective) tonight at The Urban Lounge. Local support from Alastair and Typefunk. The doors open at 9. Tickets are $12. 

Rock musicians Stephen Kellogg and Rebecca Pidgeon will be performing at Kilby Court this evening. Tickets are $18. The show starts at 7.   

Metalcore-scene band Attack Attack! will be holding down the stage at In The Venue tonight at 6. Tickets for this all-ages show are $14. 

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