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The stars have aligned for you, my friend. There are whole constellations of events that might at first seem unconnected, but converge in the singularity of politically charged lyricists dead prez. Because M-1 and stic.man, hollering words of revolution, indictment of the media and so on, are playing Hyperlink Café Saturday, Aug. 26, at 10:30 p.m. Surrounding this performance is the Fallen from Grace Festival (www.rvamag.com), a block party of performances by RPG at Nanci Raygun, Avail's Tim Barry at Empire, and about two dozen other bands, running 7 p.m.-2 a.m. Plus, you know, Richmond Lucha Libre and art shows and all. And wait! Happily Natural Day (www.happilynaturalday.com) is blanketing this same weekend with events — things like lectures and dance performances — which also encompass the dead prez show. It's cosmic, man. Like a black hole drawing in PBR, rock, radical ideas and a hair show. The Fallen from Grace festival is $8-$10; dead prez alone is $15-$20. 254-1942.

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