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Flier of the Week: Sunorous

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Sunorous is going to be shaking down the Lost Leaf starting at 10 p.m. Saturday night. Your eyes will be bugging out of your head from the band's great jazzy grooves.

It's always great to support local musicians, but this time there will be extra perks because this gig is free! That leaves you with more money to spend on bottles of fancy champagne (or something from Lost Leaf's expansive beer selection) and whatever else you please.

So go ahead with your bad self and ring in the new year at the Lost Leaf!

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