Have a Socialite’s Night: Check Out the Brains Behind ‘School of Rock’

New York:

The Mooney Suzuki, the brains behind the music from “School of Rock” will be performing tonight at Maxwell’s in Hoboken. Come on, you didn’t really think that Ned Schneebly wrote all those songs, did you? [Link]

Tickets are available still online for two screenings of “Annie Hall” at the Film Forum this weekend. Even if you think you’ve seen it before, you better go again. With a brand new 35mm print, you won’t know what you’ve been missing. [Link]

The Chicago and Los Angeles events are after the jump.

Ron Jeremy’s hosting a Naughty Santa Ball tonight at the Vision Nightclub. There’ll be freebies of some kind from “Santa’s bag of twisted toys”, but I dunno. Ron Jeremy kind of freaks me out. [Link]

All you college kids mourning the loss of flip cup over Holiday Break can dry your tears: Victory Liquors on N. Halsted is hosting a “Flippy Cup Tournament” and it’s only $25 to enter and be made a fool. [Link]

Tickets might be sold out for LaSalle Bank’s annual Do-it-Yourself Holiday Messiah, but don’t fret just yet: a Christmas miracle has made leftover tickets available at the door. [Link]

Los Angeles:

I don’t know who Scissors for Lefty is, but I really like they’re name. Saturday at Spaceland; apparently they’re two sets of brothers and have free downloads on their site, which is also cool. [Link]

Hollywood Trading Company is having a 20% off everything is sale at their Beverly Ave. store so head on over and stock up on the latest up and coming designers and such. Their belts are fabulous, too. [Link]

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