Stop, Drop, and Rock 'n' Roll

That glorious, brightly-lit, sleazy Hustler store on Sunrise Boulevard was once a record store — Peaches. In the past few years, many of us have lost our favorite record stores to other businesses, and words like sad or depressing can’t thoroughly express the loss. (Then again, it’s hard to argue against a shop loaded with sex toys — the switch in propriety is great for folks in need of other products.) Shopping for CDs at Wal-Mart doesn’t really cut it for those of us accustomed to better. This Sunday at 7 p.m. Cinema Paradiso will transform into a well-needed record swap. At CP Rocks Presents Can I Say-Sunday III, everyone is free to trade and sell their vinyls; there’s no vendor charge. At 9 p.m., the film Llik Your Idols, directed by Angélique Bosio, will screen. Llik Your Idols documents the Cinema Of Transgression, a group of ’80s New York-based filmmakers, which includes Richard Kern and Jon Spencer. Before and after the film, bands Nobody’s Hero and No Class Action will perform. There will be a full liquor bar. Sunday’s a titillating day full of music; Monday, you can go refill the lube. This event is free. Call 954-525-3456 or visit fliff.com.
Sun., Sept. 27, 7 p.m., 2009
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Mickie Centrone