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Doug Clark's Hot Nuts at Alley Katz

These guys insist on playing big holidays. In case you missed them over Thanksgiving, frat house favorites Doug Clark's Hot Nuts sing in the holiday season with some sass and, if you're lucky, a little raunch. They play Alley Katz on Dec. 25, 9 p.m.-2 a.m., and promise to be as entertaining as anything Hollywood will be offering that night. Tickets are $8. www.alleykatzrva.com.



Christmas Party at the Hyperlink Café

The Lambert family has been hosting a Christmas party for the last 15 years. Now that they own the ever-popular Hyperlink, the party will continue under their roof, complete with food, drink, DJs and a live band. These festivities are open to the public and start Dec. 25 at 9 p.m. Admission is $15. For more information, call

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