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Rocks Off thought we'd stay as far away as the NBA All-Star Weekend hoopla as possible, so Friday night we went to see the wonderful Tift Merritt at McGonigel's Mucky Duck, where a friend of ours who works there told us he had worked out alongside Common and Ne-Yo at the Downtown YMCA earlier.

It's inescapable. But there's really no need to rely on insider tips and secondhand info -- you guessed it, Beyonce is in town -- when so many celebrities of the rapper persuasion are all too happy to advertise their whereabouts on Twitter.

Sounds like quite an evening.


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