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November 3, 2008
One of the cultural dilemmas that we have here in DC is the lack of venues that cater to fringe and left-field acts. Often times small pockets of people gather to turn group houses, community centers and even coffee shops into outlets for these types of bands.
June 10, 2008
The Big Bear Cafe isn’t too far from the crib, so when my friend Collin shot me a text about a show there I knew two things were certain: loud, awesome music and cheap beer.