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Happy Thanksgiving 

ONE STONE 9 p.m., Revolution. $10. Thanksgiving is a perfect holiday. You eat amazing once-a-year foods. You see family you haven't seen in a while. You fall asleep watching football. That's it. Once you've gone through all that, Emily Post the To-Do List says you can leave or kick everybody out. Once freed, if you don't get sucked into “Home Alone 2” or some other commercial-laden movie you'd never watch if you weren't incapacitated by double-stacked dressing sandwiches, consider stepping out. There's that new Coen Brothers movie, with the soulless cattle-killer-wielding assassin, whom our David Koon called the best onscreen villain since Hannibal Lecter. But that doesn't exactly scream Thanksgiving. Or you could step down to Revolution, where the One Stone reggae band will be playing not just reggae, but all kinds of jams custom-fitted to put your turkey-fattened butt on the dance floor. Get a head start on that fevered Christmas-to-Thanksgiving exercise plan you're already anxiously worrying over. LM.
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