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Wiggling Wednesday 

The Wiggles' "Racing to the Rainbow Live" is at Alltel at 3 and 6:30 p.m. today. $18-$35.

Pat Tillman's widow, Marie Tillman, speaks of her husband's legacy at 6 p.m. at the Clinton School. Free, but limited seating.

In the clubs:

Afterthought: Dell Smith on piano, 9, no cover.
Cajun's Wharf: Ben and Doug, 5:30, no cover.
Easy Street Piano Bar: Willie Rhodes and Thomas East, 8, no cover.
Ernie Biggs: Dueling pianos, 8, $5.
Juanita's: Ben Kweller, 9, $15.
Vino's: Totally Michael, 9, $5.

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