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Tonight
Summer is here playas, so shake that ass at Level, 1235 Washington Ave., South Beach, with rappers Black Moon and Cocoa Brovaz. Hosted by MTV’s Sway (the worst) and the usual unoriginal batch of DJs, the solid rap lineup might counter the Nyquil vibes (if the artists don’t show up at 3 a.m.). 305-532-1525.

Indie rock quartet The Heatseekers perform at Soho Lounge, 175-193 NE 36th St., for the Revolver party and the release of their new album, In Praise Of. Opens at 11 p.m. $7. 305-576-1988.

Zeta 94.9 is dumb. Their Salute the Troops USO Show at Bicentennial Park, 1075 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, has a wack lineup (Three Doors Down, Powerman 5000, American Hi-Fi…) and the event’s featuring a paintball shooting gallery with targets such as Saddam, bin Laden and French President Jacques Chirac – American patriotism to the X-treme. Confederate flags optional. $24.95. 305-575-5256.

Egal Art show at the Rainbow Building, 1540 Levante Ave., Coral Gables. 7:30-10 p.m.

Monday, April 28
Afrobeat 14-piece ensemble Antibalas play the Culture Room, 3045 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale. $10. 954-564-1074.

Wednesday, April 30
Lots of female skin at Churchill’s (5501 NE 2nd Ave, Miami) Women’s Mud Wrestling event. You know you want some. 305-757-1807.

Thursday, May 1
Les Savy Fav and The Faint get wild at the Polish American Club (your high school ballroom), 1250 NW 22nd Ave., Miami. $15. www.epoplife.com.

Friday, May 2
Canes Film Fest showcases 50+ student short films through May 4th at the Cosford. Check out Doodie Calls at 8 p.m. on Saturday. All other films play nightly 6-10:30 p.m.

April 25, 2003

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