As mentioned last month, Phat-n-Jazzy as we know it is over. Well, at least it is after tonight. This is the final Tuesday for the long-running and justifiably-celebrated weekly down at the Social, a night where quality funk, soul, and hip-hop – and the people who love it – conmingled into something truly special. No need to get weepy, the name and ethos will live on in special events, but a big chunk of Orlando’s clubland history is getting ripped out of downtown tonight, and yeah, I guess it’s okay to get a little weepy.
- RT @_anupa: if u live in a city where u can still grab a free alt-weekly at a corner or in a coffee shop then hold that paper close 2 months ago
- RT @tomgara: In a genuine and non-trolly way, I'd love to know what % of people publicly lamenting demise of local media subscribe to a loc… 2 months ago
- RT @WarholLives: Apollonia was there and Iman and a beautiful young girl named Diane Lane — I don’t know if she was with Lou Adler or not.… 2 months ago
- "I will have a word with Metro when I’m done dealing with Sports" is 100% what I needed from @Choire's new NYT desk. nytimes.com/2017/10/26/rea… 2 months ago
- watch this crowdfunding video (and donate, too) because @thepauses are great and my kids are hilarious. vimeo.com/239752608 2 months ago
- a man just died who performed for segregated audiences. quit acting like systemic racism is ancient history. and pl… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 2 months ago