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Tuesday, January 6, 2009

To Barcelona with Love

the word, there i got it out so I should be done. ...nope just starting.

It's a new year, most of the gloss on 2009 is beginning to fade, have you had that first cigarette or worn your too tight black leather pants already? don't give up, midnight comes every day and you can start anew at any moment.

Melissa Surach's Babyhole is back at the Lamp Post this Tuesday. Former Camel Promotion Magante Ralph is guest hosting. Melissa will be back next week, as will Babyhole, which will now move to a new weekly format. Singer Songwriter Night is also back at Lucky Seven's tonight, with Copacetic and Square Wave Punch playing Bar Right.

At LITM, Teeth Eat, paintings by Vincent Minervini debut. Free snack (or whatever french word you like) and cheap wine are in the court. Glancing and introspective interpretation begin at 7 pm.

Wednesday reclaims it's normal status this week, shedding it's Eve surname, DJ's Pat Longo plays for Street Justice and her ensemble at the Lamp Post,and DJ Sup Babes plays at Luckys.

On Thursday, I'll be spinning at the Lamp Post for Autumn, Erika, and Lauren's "Fiesta de Adios" party. The ladies are leaving for Barcelona next Monday, so we'll have to have something worthy of a Spanish Inquisition that night. Erika and Lauren are looking for someone to take care of a 1 and 1/2 year old cat named Napoleon. Apparently, this cat can actually use the toilet.

Also on Thursday, the Art House, Jersey City's longest running spoken word night takes the stage for 2009.

My roommate, DJ William McCamie started DJing at JC's newest Venue, the Iron Monkey Automata Chino (next door to the Iron Monkey) last Saturday, he will be spinning there this Thursday and Saturday in this former Chinese Restaurant. Equipped with a stage, the new space will hopes to open a new chapter for live music downtown. Keep your ears open on more events.

Saturday Night, The Nolan Gate and The Swigs tear the Lamp Post a new hole in the wall.