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Robyn, A Chocolate Affair and a little game called the Super Bowl in this week's 10spot

1. Super Bowl XLV: Packers v. Steelers
Sure, the hated Steelers are playing in the big game instead of the Ravens, but you know you're going to watch anyway. Go Packers? 6:30 p.m. Sunday, WBFF/Fox. MATT VENSEL, B

2. David Lowery, The Palace Guards
One of the most interesting yet underappreciated frontmen in rock, David Lowery (Cracker, Camper Van Beethoven), releases his long-awaited debut solo album, The Palace Guards, on Tuesday. BRIAN KRISTA, B

3. Robyn at Rams Head Live
Pretty much every song on the Swedish dance-pop singer's three Body Talk releases is better than Britney's "Hold It Against Me," which debuted at No. 1 while Robyn toils away in semi-obscurity here. I hold that against you. Make up for it by being in the audience Tuesday. $25. 7 p.m. doors. ramsheadlive.com ADAM SAPIRO, B


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Daryl Hall is cooler than you, and he wants to prove it by inviting bands over to his house, wowing them with his non-rehearsed musical ability and his gifts in serving a five-star meal. No need to impress me, Daryl. You already won me over with “Rich Girl.”

MARISSA GALLO, B

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5. 'The Roommate'

This thriller will likely suck, but allow me to justify it this way: Minka Kelly. Leighton Meester. Together! Opens Friday.

WESLEY CASE, B

6. 'The Tillman Story' on DVD

A documentary that was robbed of an Oscar nomination Tuesday, this film redraws the tale of a thoughtful, searching Arizona Cardinals safety who joined the Army Rangers; the machinery that spread a tale of heroism when he actually died of friendly fire; and the family that has tried to learn the truth. Out Tuesday.

ANNE TALLENT, B

7. The Chocolate Affair

Now in its 20th year, Baltimore’s tastiest fundraiser features loads of sweet treats, auctions, dancing and live music, with proceeds benefitting Heath Care for the Homeless. 6-9:30 p.m. Thursday, M&T Bank Stadium. $85 general admission, $175 VIP.

JORDAN BARTEL, B

8. Valentine's Mini-DIY Magnetic Poetry Workshop

Crafty geeks, rejoice! Here is a workshop that gives you the chance to design and create your own Valentine’s (or anti-Valentine’s) cards. Workshops offered at 11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. Saturday at the Baltimore Print Studios, 18 W. North Ave. $35 and register online,

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DANIELLE KEES, B

9. 'Barney's Version'

No, it’s not going to be a blockbuster. But I’m interested in checking out Paul Giamatti’s Golden Globe-winning performance for best actor. Opens Friday.

LUKE BROADWATER, B ••••UPDATE: The studio announced Monday that "Barney's Version" will no longer be opening in Baltimore this Friday. A new release date will be announced soon.


10. Royal Comedy Tour

After last week’s snowtastrophe, I could use a laugh. D.L. Hughley, Sommore and others perform. 8 p.m. Saturday. $37.50 and $47. 1st Mariner Arena, 201 W. Baltimore St.

JASMINE WIGGINS, B

Photo credits: US Presswire (Rodgers); Kelly and Meester (Getty)

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