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Hurricane Sandy: Parties Canceled, Parties Still Going on in Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach County

Not sure if you noticed, but it's a little windy and wet outside. 


"Sure," you say, "it's been raining since July." Yes, it truly has, and we've continued to drink and dance our damp, sad lives happy, even with these downpours. 

So, why would today or yesterday or tomorrow be any different? Well, because Sandy's come to town. And she's a hurricane. Or is it he's a hurricane... Either way, some stuff's been canceled. Read on for what's going on, what isn't, and what's coming later. 

Open 

Oct. 26: Igor and Red Elvises at Bamboo Room
Oct. 26: Attila at Speakeasy Lounge
Oct. 26: Alejandro Escovedo at Culture Room
Oct. 26: Elvira Mistress of the Dark Drag Show at Green Room
Oct. 27: AP Tour with Miss May I at Revolution 
Oct. 27: Moonfest in West Palm Beach
Oct. 27: Sharam with Donnie Lowe at Gryphon Nightclub
Oct. 27: Funky Nuggests and Honey Henny Lime at the Funky Buddha
Oct. 27: The Goddamn' Hustle Album Release at Green Room 
Oct. 27: Howl at the Moon at the Talent Farm
Oct. 27: Niki and the Dove at Culture Room 
Oct. 27: Eddie Shaw and the Wolf Gang at Bamboo Room
Oct. 27: Maria Mulduar at the Funky Biscuit
Oct. 28: Streetlight Manifesto at Culture Room 
Oct. 28: Igor and Red Elvises at Native Florida Tap Room and Music Hall

Canceled
Oct. 26: Aesop Rock at Revolution 

Postponed
Oct. 25: George Clinton at Revolution (TBA)
Oct. 26: Twista at Propaganda (venue still open, new date TBA)
Oct. 26: Bill O'Reilly at Hard Rock Live (New date, Jan. 18)

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Liz has her master’s degree in religion from Florida State University. She has since written for publications and outlets such as Miami New Times, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Ocean Drive, the Huffington Post, NBC Miami, Time Out Miami, Insomniac, the Daily Dot, and the Atlantic. Liz spent three years as New Times Broward-Palm Beach’s music editor, was the weekend news editor at Inverse, and is currently the managing editor at Tom Tom Magazine.
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