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Dima the Destroyer

Come get destroyed at BuckBuck tonight. Mutually Assured Destruction, a collection of new paintings by Dima Drjuchin and Homeless Cop, promises to leave you “reduced to a shadow on the sidewalk.” We don’t know what that means exactly, but the show, which opens tonight with a festive party, should be a good one. Drjuchin provided the colorful cover art for Father John Misty’s 2012 album, Fear Fun. To celebrate the opening, comedian Greg Barris will perform along with indie rockers Classy Janitor and the Wigmaker’s Son. You can loosen up a little with a home-brewed beer from Isaac Miller, creator of Lorain Avenue Pisswater. The “destruction” begins at 6 p.m. and is free. (Gonzalez)

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    3910 Lorain Ave., Cleveland West Side/Ohio City/Tremont/Detroit Shoreway


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