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jobba hemifrån under 18 Event of the Week: Saturday Night Live castmember Seth Meyers comes to Northeastern Sunday night as part of Kappa Sigma’s 7th Annual Comedy Night. Meyers also co-hosts Weekend Update with hilarious Amy Poehler. Tickets are available at the Blackman box office in Ell Hall. Blackman Auditorium; 8 p.m.; $5 NU ID+1; cormier.t@neu.edu.

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enter Thursday, Sept. 24 – Want to go to a concert where you can get your groove on? Rock out to techno guru and DJ Moby. Most famous for the song ‘Southside’ off his 1999 album Play, which featured No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani, Moby is sure to provide a slew of dance-worthy jams. None of that slow stuff.’ He’ll be at the House of Blues, 15 Lansdowne St.; $25; 7 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. show. 888-693-2583.


السعر السهم السعودي Friday,’ Sept. 25 – Get some action Friday night at the encore of the 2009 Indie Erotic Film Festival. The 4th Annual IXFF consists of short films dripping with drag queens and plenty of saucy scenes. When else are you going to see some knockers and wieners on the big screen without being a total creeper? Exactly. Coolidge Corner Theater, 290 Harvard Ave., Brookline; $10; Midnight; 617-734-2500


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click Monday,’ Sept. 28 – New York City’s art-rockers Yeah Yeah Yeahs are in town. Even though they’ve more than earned their chops in the music world, it’s generally accepted that their shows are worth going to just to see what clothing extravaganza Karen O is going to have on. Will it be a peacock feather dress? A kimono made of T-shirts? A skin-tight tinsel body suit? Orpheum Theater, 1 Hamilton Place; $32.50; 7:30 p.m.; 617-679-0810.


click here Tuesday, Sept. 29 – The spontaneous and the sophisticated will be joined in marriage this week as Andrew W.K. & Calder Quartet perform together. The Calder Quartet is a chamber ensemble that will perform with A.W.K. on solo piano. And according to the theater, there will be plenty of opportunity for ‘rapt listening and raucous dancing.’ Sounds about right for a distinguished chamber ensemble plus Andrew W.K. Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard Ave., Brookline; $25; 9 p.m.; 617-734-2500.

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