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Free shows—and even cheaper drinks—have begun at the Downtown dive.

Live music returns to the Huntridge Tavern

June 28th, 2016

Free shows—and even cheaper drinks—have begun at the Downtown dive.

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    The soundtrack to reverse happy hour just got cooler with the return of Jazz Workshop's weekly gig.

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