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Rudy, Rudy, Rudy 

Thursday, Nov 27 2008
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"Welcome, dirtbags!" is how Rudy Casoni greets visitors to his website. If you need some variety to spice up your mid-week, try The Rudy Casoni Variety Show. Toby Huss out-Sinatras Sinatra with his eerie portrayal. He's joined by Tom Lennon and Ben Grant of Reno 911 and The State, James Urbaniak, Pat Healy, burlesque dancers, full band and more.
First Wednesday of every month, 8 p.m., 2008
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