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Win tickets to see Rooney tonight at Marquis

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Overcast day got you glum, chum? Look on the bright side: It's Friday, and the day's half over, which means you're just that much closer to the weekend. Not enough? How about some sunny power pop imported directly from the West Coast? Rooney, tonight at the Marquis Theater. Ah, yes! Now we're talking, eh?

So dig it: We've got three pairs of tickets, and we'd love for you and a guest to be our guests this evening. Wanna go? Drop us a line and let us know which famous Robert Schwartzman has ties to. We'll pick winners later this afternoon.

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