Weekend

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ThursdayBroken Social Scene at Vic Theatre. 7:30, $25.If you were too high, too drunk or too whatever to make it to Broken Social Scene’s set on Dillo Day, make it your first priority to catch them at the Vic. A big band in sound and membership, Broken Social Scene is famous for its raucous, messy and powerful live sets. Land of Talk opens. 3145 N. Sheffield Ave.FridaySilver Jews at the Metro. 10:00, $20.If you were too high, too drunk or too whatever to get tickets to Death Cab for Cutie, fear not. There is another concert worthy of attention. One that does not involve Ben Gibbard whining for two hours. Silver Jews work with a much broader emotional palette and have the musical chops to match. The Mattoid opens. 3730 N. Clark St.SaturdayThe Day of the Dead Exhibit at The National Museum of Mexican Art.If you decided that getting too high, too drunk or too whatever and then going to the football game is not your idea of a good time, hit up the “Day of the Dead” exhibit, featuring art inspired by Mexico’s most famously flamboyant celebration of the departed. Featured artists include Carlomagno Pedro Martinez and Diana Solis. Best of all, admission is free. 1852 W. 19th St.SundayA&O presents: Son of Rambow. 7:30, Harris 107.As you come down from being too high, too drunk or too whatever after a long weekend of partying, consider making your way to Harris Hall on Sunday night. “Son of Rambow” is a critically acclaimed indie flick and bildungsroman that revolves two misfit kids who attempt to make their own film inspired by Rambo: First Blood