Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Something to Do Tonight Other Than Watching Election Stuff on TV

Posted By on Tue, Nov 2, 2010 at 10:13 AM

Since you'll clearly be getting all the election news you'll need by following coverage here on The Range, why bother staying home tonight?

Club Congress has an election party tonight if you'll looking for somewhere to celebrate your joy or drown away your pain, but the real highlight is that you can see Marnie Stern for free.

If you've heard anything about Ms. Stern, it's probably that she's a stellar guitar player, which is true.

However, it's not like you'll just be watching someone show up their fingertapping skills all night long. The songs are actually good too, appealing to fans of noisy post-punk.

Don't forget to follow our coverage online, however. Just be polite and put your phone away during Stern's set.

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