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The Vagina Monologues 

Nightlife Highlights: February 2012

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February 25, 26. Organized by Chronogram staffer Lara Hope, this installment of the annual Vagina Monologues brings its female-empowering themes to Oasis Cafe. As with similar summits across the country this month, the event is linked to V Day, which is aimed at raising awareness of violence against women. In addition to spoken-word performances, there’s music from Hope’s band Tigeriss, Shana Falana, the Raw Milk, and others. Proceeds aid Family of Woodstock’s domestic violence services wing. (Upstairs at Cabaloosa, Plan 9 brings dubstep, grime, and electro-house February 4; reggae revue Royal Heart Sound comes to Cabaloosa February 11.) February 25: 8pm. February 26: 2pm. $10. New Paltz. (845) 255-2400; Cabaloosa.com.

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