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Leaving Interpol behind…
Elefant performs tonight at I/O Lounge. What a fabulous way to spend Friday the 13th.

You’ve heard of them before…
Silverstein, previously noted band (aka first issue) plays at The Factory in Ft. Laudy; take the drive to wish lead singer Shane Told happy birthday. That’s right, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SHANE.

Just the funny…
The same troupe that helped bring the Miami Improv Festival is doing it again, only this time they poke fun at good ol’ relationships. Go with a date and have some laughs. Shows take place on Friday, Feb. 13, and Saturday, Feb. 14, at 9 p.m. at the Miami Museum of Science Theatre. To purchase tickets or for more information, visit www.justthefunny.com or call (305) 693-8669. Tickets to shows are $10.

For a pre-Valentine’s day show…
“Offer your heart for some art,” the Damien B. Art Center shows the love for the day for lovers with its February 13th Valentine’s showcase of art. A $5 donation gets you inside this love fest along with the chance to win a flower composition.

Because you’re a single, mingle…
Poplife, I/O Lounge’s Saturday party host, throws a party for those left out of the lovin’. Drive downtown and join in the “Broken Hearts Party” with band Empirical Mile; find someone’s shoulder on the dance floor to cry on, and who knows — maybe those lucky underwear will end up on the floor somewhere.

February 13, 2004

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