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Glad You Asked: Jamestown Revival, Damn Son! and Sepia Ria



Dear GYA, As a full-grown, uninsured, man-boy, I resent President Obama's latest Affordable Health Care ad showing a man-boy wearing pajamas and drinking hot chocolate. Sure, perhaps I am sitting at home, drinking a warm, chocolaty beverage and wearing a candy-cane-print onesie, but that doesn't mean my demographic should be exploited for hawkin' health insurance! Anything I can do today in my Christmas jammies? - Phil Frommal, Rose Park---

Phil, Our demographic will always be exploited because people are jealous of this luxurious lifestyle. Here are a few things worth checking out tonight: 

Local punk band Sepia Ria will be at Kilby Court. Tickets are $6. Doors open at 8. 

Record label Damn Son! is throwing its Year End party at Urban Lounge, with musical guests Rumtum, Audiotreats, Dumbluck & Heath Cliff, Gaszia, DJ Chu and Roboclip. The party starts at 8. Admission is "pay what you want." 

Roots-rock band Jamestown Revival will be at Bar Deluxe.  The show starts at 8. Tickets are $8. 

For today's complete list of things to do, click here.

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