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With the kids headed back to col­lege af­ter their Irma break, Old School Square and De­liv­ery Dudes in Del­ray Beach of­fers timely ad­vice: “Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life.” Young peo­ple can get con­text for that clas­sic line dur­ing Frat Night dou­ble-fea­ture screen­ings of “An­i­mal House” and “Old School” 8 p.m.-mid­night tonight at the Crest Theatre. Tick­ets for the fourth in­stall­ment of the Cult Clas­sic Film Se­ries cost $5, cos­tumes are en­cour­aged and there will be beer and snack sta­tions (a $15 VIP ticket in­cludes a drink and a food item). Doors open at 7 p.m. Next up: “Air­plane!” on Sept. 22. Visit Face­book.com/OldS­choolSquareCrestTheatre. pher Justin Guar­iglia, who took pic­tures of po­lar ice­caps while em­bed­ded with the NASA/JPL Oceans Melt­ing Green­land (OMG) mis­sion, in­clud­ing a hyp­notic and hum­bling 10-foot-by-8-foot por­trait ti­tled “Qaanaaq I.” Visit Nor­ton.org be­fore you go to con­firm the mu­seum is open.

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The iconic frat satire “An­i­mal House,” star­ring John Belushi, cen­ter, will be paired with the like-minded “Old School” at the Crest Theatre in Del­ray Beach tonight.

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