Crash 45 celebrates Murray Mania on Groundhog Day

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February is the month of the Super Bowl, Mardi Gras and Valentine's Day, but there's really only one holiday that counts: Groundhog Day. Not because we take that shadow stuff seriously, but because Groundhog Day is silly, and silly things -- especially those having to do with Groundhog Day -- make us think of Bill Murray. And we love Bill Murray. Again and again and again.

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It goes something like this:

The folks at Crash 45 feel the same way, and that's why Murray Mania, an evening of everything Murray and Groundhog Day, will commence there tomorrow night at 9 p.m. with DJ Gonda spinning Bill Murray soundtrack tunes, a screening of the classic Murray film, groundhog-themed drinks and more. Yay, party!

Bring your sense of humor and optimism; for details visit the Facebook event page.

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