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Heartland Healing

Biophobia: The Global Epidemic

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Pick: Cheap Girls

March 21

Cheap Girls and Andrew Jackson Jihad w/ Laura Stevenson And The Cans, The Sidekicks, Roar!

The Slowdown, 729 N. 14th St.

9 p.m., $12 advance, $15 day-of-show, theslowdown.com.

Michigan trio Cheap Girls play the sort of fuzzy, hooky pre-Weezer power-pop that gained acclaim for bands like Superchunk and the Lemonheads. Ian Graham sings his way through early 20-something landmines while his bandmates...

Cosmic Forecast, Mar. 8-Mar. 14

Here comes one of the craziest Mercury retrogrades I’ve ever imagined. Imagine that — with me. Read on, oh undaunted scryers, for truth and discovery are at hand — and can be richly rewarding during such trying times. Good luck, and check out my newly renovated website, thanks to Jeff Spring. MOJOPOPlanetPower.com

l PISCES (2.20-3.20)  You thought you were done? You’re not! Boom! Here comes the truth! Getting a...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

Pick: Scott H. Biram

March 13

G. Love & Special Sauce w/ Scott H. Biram

The Slowdown, 729 N. 14th St.

8 p.m., $20 advance/$25 day-of-show, onepercentproductions.com

Scott H. Biram may not be the headliner of this show, but his 2011 album Bad Ingredients certainly bears the marks of a talent worthy of headlining bigger stages. And the best part is Texan does it all on his own, playing bare-bones blasts of bluesy guitar and...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

3 Up: Raekwon

March 12

Raekwon with Freddie Gibbs

Bourbon Theatre, 1415 O St., Lincoln,

7 p.m., $20 in advance/$25 day-of-show, bourbontheatre.com

As one of the nine original members of the infamous New York City hip-hop collective, Raekwon The Chef helped make Wu-Tang a permanent part of rap history. After branching out on his own in 1995, Raekwon continues to spit out solo efforts left and right. The Wu-Tang Clan,...

Heartland Healing

Pet Food Promises… Broken.

It looked good on the label. And, to the best of my recollection, the product info described a loving pet owner in Colorado whose longtime canine companion died too young. The owner — let’s call him “Tom” — decided his doggie’s demise was due to poor nutrition from low quality dog food. Tom’s tale glistened on shiny placards and from full-color tri-fold brochures. And most importantly to me, the product, called...

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