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Wednesday, April 4

Interested in local and/or national politics? Ever had the desire to smack Rush Limbaugh or kick Tim Russert in the gonads? Well, you've got to check out Creative Loafing's Political Party. Modeled after Bill Maher's hit TV show Politically Incorrect, it's CL's twist on a political talk show, except you get to participate. We encourage audience members to ask questions and state concerns about issues affecting your life. So turn off the TV and the car stereo and let your voice be heard CL's award-winning columnist Tara Servatius will host joined by fellow CL writer John Grooms, professor/filmmaker Nsenga Burton, radio personality/comedian Tone X (of Power 98 fame) and more. But our show doesn't happen on the small screen -- it's a live event and goes down tonight at 7 p.m. at the Neighborhood Theatre (511 E. 36th St., 704-358-9298). Oh yeah ... and it's FREE.

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