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Rock Hall Film Series: Something from Nothing — The Art of Rap

In celebration of Black History Month, the Rock Hall will screen the 2012 film, Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap, tonight in the Foster Theater. Directed and produced by rapper Ice-T, the film includes interviews with many of rap's most influential stars. Tickets are free for Rock Hall members and $5.50 for the general public. (Niesel)

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