Welcome to Girl Walks into a Bar, a weekly Gut Check feature that spotlights local bars and bartenders. This week Alissa Nelson profiles Lola bartender and co-owner Matt McMullin. Alissa NelsonWelcome to Lola! May we suggest something old-fashioned -- like, say, an Old Fashioned?"What if a d ... More >>
Slated to open next month at 442 Bates Street, near Iron Barley, is the Wedge. Well-known local chef Blake Brokaw is acting as consultant for the kitchen, which will feature pizzas and calzones. The Wedge also plans to host live music as well as other entertainment. Read the full press release after ... More >>
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Washington Avenue club owners unite with the police against what they see as hooliganism spilling from the 18-and-over club Kaos
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Local dance clubs and legit rave promoters are under suspicion. Is it deserved?
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Washington Avenue clubs join forces to bring a party to the people