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The Record Ranch Looks at the Dead, While Cactus Music and Video Comes Back from It

Looking for something to do with your Day of the Dead evening tomorrow night? Come on out to new art gallery The Record Ranch – 2110 Portsmouth in Shepherd Plaza – and feast your eyes on portraits of dead rock stars by Flamin’ Hellcats drummer Carlos Hernandez. And while you’re there, enjoy a sneak-peek at the new Cactus Music and Video, which is opening at the same location.

You read that right.

The artist’s reception runs from seven to ten p.m. tomorrow night. Refreshments will be provided by the St. Arnold Brewing Company. – John Nova Lomax

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