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December '08 Month in Photos 

December 29, 2008
AC/DC, Muppet burlesque, Rococo Rendezvous at Royal/T, Metallica, Oasis, L.A. gang hoods, extreme dreidel spinning and insane Christmas light decorations, wrecking the halls with Indie 103.1, inside the studio with Jason Bentley at KCRW, and robbing banks with the cast of Point Break Live!
Erin Broadley
L.A. Weekly went backstage with the cast of Point Break Live! at the Dragonfly to celebrate the show's return to Los Angeles. Click through for all the blood, guns, surfing and ex-presidents you can handle. Read more about the show in the article, "Can You Keanu?" and view entire slideshow.
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AC/DC, Muppet burlesque, Rococo Rendezvous at Royal/T, Metallica, Oasis, L.A. gang hoods, extreme dreidel spinning and insane Christmas light decorations, wrecking the halls with Indie 103.1, inside the studio with Jason Bentley at KCRW, and robbing banks with the cast of Point Break Live!
Published on December 29, 2008

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