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Around Town: 3 weekend picks

21_fender_hellokittyguitarFor the weekend of Feb. 5, 2010---- 1)Kids Rock! 1pm Saturday at the High Noon Saloon. Madison Children's Museum event including toddler sing-a-long, Truly Remarkable Loon, crafts, snacks..and Kid-oke..a chance for kids to sing along with the Gomers at 3pm. $40 for a family of four. 2)Souper Bowl: Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser at the West High School Cafeteria, 3pm Saturday. Yummy soup and a hand-made ceramic bowl you get to keep.  $15. 3)Freedy Johnston: Saturday night at 10pm at the Frequency. It's been a while since he had that hit "Bad Reputation," but he has just released a new album called "Rain on the City," his first new album in 8 years! Freaky Band Name of the Week: Naughty Chair, at Badger Bowl Saturday night. Their website says they're the close sibling of the Milwaukee Def Leppard tribute band, Photograph. Now they play a wider range of hard rock covers.

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