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This Ain't Your Grandma's Easter Bunny

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Actually, Scotty the Blue Bunny points out he's not an easter bunny at all. He's just your average 6-foot-plus-tall, bearded, 40-something dude in a sparkly blue spandex bunny suit who happens to be the guest star of this Thursday's Easter Alternative at Cherry Lounge and Pit in Tempe. Check out the videos on his MySpace page--the guy is a hoot. He sings! He raps! He dances! He twirls a baton like an 18-year-old drum majorette. It might might not be mom-approved entertainment, but you can always have your fun on Thursday and make up for it on Easter Sunday. Go ahead, Jesus won't mind, especially since some of the proceeds will go to local charity H.E.R.O (Human Equal Rights Organizers).

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