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Sister Cities, Doctor Bones, and the Return of Eastside Records' Michael Pawlicki Over the Weekend

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Busy giving thanks over your four-day weekend? Don't worry, here's what you missed at Up on the Sun:

Sister Cities and Doctor Bones

The Rogue Bar kicked off Saturday night with a charismatic and interactive performance by Doctor Bones followed by local charmers Sister Cities. Both bands were on point. Sister Cites get bonus points for showing the French animated classic, Fantastic Planet during their performance. Here's what it looked like.

Eastside Records' Michael Pawlicki To Open New Pop-Up Record Store

Just in time for Record Store Day on Black Friday, here's some killer news for Valley vinylphiles and music nerds: Michael Pawlicki, one of the co-owners of the now-defunct Eastside Records, will be opening a pop-up-style record store near the Yucca Tap Room sometime in the coming weeks. Read more.

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