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11/5: Pickup Trucks, Fashion, Song and Dance

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    11/5: Pickup Trucks, Fashion, Song and Dance
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    Country mega-star Toby Keith starts a two night run at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods tonight.

    HOW DO YOU LIKE HIM NOW:  Country superstar Toby Keith is bringing his show to Connecticut tonight.  The man behind songs like "Should've Been a Cowboy", "I Wanna Talk About Me", "Beer for My Horses" and "High Maintenance Woman" is playing at the Performance Theater at MGM Grand at Foxwoods.  There's also a show on tap for Friday night.  Tickets are $85-$125.  8pm. 

    EMBRACE YOUR INNER FASHIONISTA:  Project Runway Finalist, and New Haven native Emmett McCarthy will be back home tonight to speak at A Review of New Haven Fashion, a fashion extravaganza at Artspace.  Besides McCarthy, the evening will include a fashion show, silent auction and hors d'oeuvres.  Tickets are $25, and proceeds will benefit Liberty Community Services, which offers Connecticut residents supportive housing and services.  6-8pm.

    A LITTLE SONG, A LITTLE DANCE:  How's this for irony.  Starting tonight at the Seven Angels Theatre in Waterbury, you can catch a one-man show about one man shows!  "Song Man, Dance Man," is Jon Peterson's tribute to entertainment's great song and dance men (kinda on the nose title don't you think?).  In the show, Peterson pays homage to the likes of George M. Cohan, Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Sammy Davis Jr., Anthony Newley and Bobby Darren.  Tickets are $29-$37.50.  The show runs through the 29 with matinee and evening performances.  There are even a special food and drink shows including a pizza and beer night, mimosa matinee and micro brewery night.  Click here for showtimes and more information.