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Golden Globes, Ravens/Steelers and more at 10spot

1. Golden Globes
You disappointed and confused me, Golden Globes, with your "Tourist" nonsense and serious lack of more "Inception" nominations. However, I'll still watch you for the drunk celebrities and sure-to-be-awesome Ricky Gervais (right, photo by NBC) monologue. 8 p.m. Sunday, WBAL/NBC. MARISSA GALLO, B

2. Das Racist
This witty duo injects humor and intellect into hip-hop with their slick lyrics laced with crafty pop-culture references. They were one of the top groups to watch in 2010, and I'm excited to see what they bring to Baltimore in 2011. 9 p.m. Thursday. Sonar, 407 E. Saratoga St. $10. JASMINE WIGGINS, B

3. Ravens v. Steelers

The Ravens and the Steelers renew the NFL's hardest-hitting rivalry in the AFC divisional round. Can Joe Flacco and the Ravens make last-minute magic in Pittsburgh again? 4:30 p.m. Saturday, WJZ/CBS. MATT VENSEL, B

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4. 'Onion SportsDome' series premiere

For years, Comedy Central has lampooned cable news shows and their dim-witted, fear-mongering tendencies. Now, the fast-paced, high-def world of sports shows will finally get the mocking it deserves. 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, Comedy Central.

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LUKE BROADWATER, B

5. 'The Dilemma'

Ever found out that your best friend’s wife was having an affair? Well, Vince Vaughn has ... or at least that’s what his character has to deal with in “The Dilemma.” Opens Friday.

DANIELLE KEES, B

6. 'R U 4 Real!?!?'

Perfectly timed to, well, pop culture for the past 10 years, “Real” features the hilarious Susan Mele (aka Roxi Starr) takes on the lifestyles of reality TV’s rich and shameless. 8 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Jan. 21 and 22. Theatre Project, 45 W. Preston St., Mount Vernon. $15-$25 (special Jan. 21 performance is $50).

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JORDAN BARTEL, B


7. 'Beyond Scared Straight' series premiere

Old concept but compelling TV nonetheless: Bad kids get berated by inmates while they look in horror at prison’s bleak surroundings. First up: Chowchilla Women’s Prison. Premieres 10 p.m. Thursday, A&E.

WESLEY CASE, B

8. Krautfest

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I’m not sure if I love German food enough for this (literal) smorgasbord, but I’m willing to give it a shot because it’s so popular it’s two nights. Yes, two nights of buffet (think lots of stuff that ends in -wurst and -kraut), a cash bar (with krautinis — really) and live polka music. Das ist gut. 6-9 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Gertrude’s at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive, Charles Village. $35 in advance.

or 410.889.3399.

JORDAN BARTEL, B

9. 'American Masters: Jeff Bridges — The Dude Abides'

“American Masters” kicks off its 25th season with a look at the life of Academy Award-winning dude Jeff Bridges, who has been on fire as of late. 9 p.m. Wednesday, WETA/PBS.

BRIAN KRISTA, B

10. 'Glassworks'

Mobtown Modern teams for the first time with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for this homage to Baltimore-born icon Philip Glass. Unlike most Glass, this 1981 work is shorter and more pop-oriented. The night begins with a “Glassworks” discussion. 8 p.m. Wednesday. The Windup Space, 12 W. North Ave., Station North. $5-$10.

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JORDAN BARTEL, B

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