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To do Wednesday: Meditate, have a bagel, see punk quartet Face to Face at Revolution

Music

Face to Face: The veteran punk quartet is coming to Fort Lauderdale's Revolution Live Wednesday night with a new album in tow, "Three Chords and a Half Truth," a thrashing, midtempo throwback to the Clash and the Jam. With its 1970s-reminiscent sound, the release may be the band's most-aggressive move yet to distance itself from the Southern California punk scene that produced it. (The scene also produced Blink-182, so we're hardly surprised by this decision.) The band will perform at 7 p.m. with openers Teenage Bottlerocket, Blacklist Royals and Joshua Black Wilkins. $17.50-$20. 954-449-1025 or JointheRevolution.net. — Phillip Valys

Gambling

Slot and Nosh: At this tournament, the worst you can do is walk away with a bagel and a Dr. Brown's soda. The Seminole Casino Coconut Creek's weekly Slot & Nosh will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. today. Guests must earn 100 player's club points to enter, and the top 30 players will receive prize payouts. But every contestant will get a voucher for a free bagel, schmear and a drink. SeminoleCoconutCreekCasino.com. — Nick Sortal

Inner peace

Meditation: Many people don't think about meditation. For them, there's Spring Cleaning of the Soul: Meditation 101. The class offers easy techniques to find stillness, which eases stress and improves creativity so you can come up with clever titles for events such as this one. It will take place 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Yoga Joint, 6131 N. Federal Highway, in Fort Lauderdale. Pam Butler, a certified Chopra meditation instructor, will lead the class. Cost is $20. E-mail Info@TheYogaJoint.com. — Nick Sortal

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