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Theater Pick

Amy Schumer

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Pick: August Burns Red

Sept. 16
August Burns Red w/ Of Mice & Men, The Color Morale and Overseer
Sokol Auditorium, 2234 South 13th St.

7:30 p.m., $20 in advance, onepercentproductions.com

August Burns Red has become one of metalcore's most popular emerging bands, melding elements of thrash, prog-metal and math rock onto their bracing, breakneck sound. August Burns Red formed in the mid-2000s in Pennsylvania and current line-up...

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Picks: Moreland & Arbuckle

Sept. 13
Moreland & Arbuckle
The 21st Saloon, 4727 South 96th St.
5:30 p.m., $10

The emerging blues-duo of guitarist Aaron Moreland and singer/harpist Dustin Arbuckle combine broke-ass Delta blues, rural stomp and garagey blues-rock like they've lived in these rootsy styles their whole lives. The Kansas act, which is rounded out by a drummer, tours extensively in the region, but have started to gain a...

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Pick: Wild Nothing

Sept. 14
Wild Nothing w/ DIIV, Betsy Wells and Sun Settings
The Sandbox, 2406 Leavenworth St.
9 p.m., $10 in advance/$12 day-of-show, mooseriot.com

Jack Tatum spent the last years of college watching the songs he recorded in his bedroom turn into a full-fledged band. That band is Wild Nothing and now the recently-graduated Tatum is devoting his full attention to making music. The bedroom indie-pop songs...

Preventing Breast Cancer

The single, most effective preventive measure I ever took to decrease my risk of breast cancer was early in life. When I picked the skinny swimmer with the “x,y” as the one to slam into my mummy’s ovum, I came out the other end of the gender lottery as “male.” That reduced my risk of getting breast cancer to nearly nil. Of course, statistically, I have a much higher prospect of prostate cancer and a shorter life...

Theater Cold Cream

Legally Blonde, 1776 Join Lips & Teeth

Alert readers with eidetic memories caught me promising to make the case that this might be called a golden age for theater here. But I didn’t pin down a date to get it done, so consider the following excuse for a delay.

Ideally, all three openings this weekend would be delivered by directors whose work would support my hint that women directors are the 24-carat keys to the golden age claim. They’d add to the...

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