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iPod Night

Wednesdays, 10 p.m., free. House of Blues, 308 Euclid Ave., 216-523-BLUE.

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You've been to open-mic night, you've done the karaoke thing, and you even gave open turntables a try. Still itching to be a DJ? Now you can move the crowd -- or give it a try, at least -- at iPod Night. The length of time each new mixmaster gets will depend on the number of interested people and how well you do. We can't confirm this, but we heard the club has a giant vaudeville-style hook ready to yank the second person (and subsequent offenders) to play the obvious big-beat choice of Beck's "E-Pro."

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