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Tropical Storm Isaac: South Florida Show Cancelations

Isaac is "barreling" toward South Florida. It's "hugging" the Cuban coast, and "raged" over Haiti today. But this tropical storm is not gonna fuck things up for the Repubs. That show will go on (UPDATE: the show will be delayed to Tuesday). But what, you ask, is going to happen to your weekend? Forget Haiti, you selfishly say, will Isaac destroy your plans to dance and get some booty tonight? The answer is, probably not. 

It looks like almost nothing in Broward or Palm Beach counties will close so far due to storm warnings except Broward County Public Schools on Monday. But find out here what exactly you still can and cannot do over the next few days thanks to a lil' wind and rain. 


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Music Under the Stars in Pompano Beach has been rescheduled for Sept. 7 according to the Sun Sentinel

Sweat Records in Miami cancelled tonight's show: Sayonara Summer Shindig.

Tobacco Road in Miami cancelled tonight's show with Joel Da Silva & The Midnight Howl.

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