J street night, friday

A surprising block where things are going on.

Started at11813533_10207479358171155_4240180519776116606_n six and ended well it didn’t end.  It rained, of course.  Parking, if you were lucky someone just pulled out as you approached.    Start with the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery at 15 S J  and their exhibition of the Male Form or (Dick show)as one of the Dick boats was attached to the pole outside indicating this is where you want to start your night, this night. A  healthy sense of humor and a gift for punning was the de rigueur of the evening there. The jokes flew, and lots of laughter.  thanks to T.J.Delaney

 

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Then follow that one way sign right up to the Bamboo Room at 25 s J st.   A well-known music venue with the cutest clean-shaven door men.  Downstairs doesn’t give away the ambience you see upstairs. Hand selected by the former owner, elegant chandeliers and a custom built s shaped bar.  Music show time was 7 p.m and 9:30 show times with two different bands.  No cover charge.

I think he is photo bombing

I think he is photo bombing

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By now 9:30 this place was packed and more still arriving.  Then a quick  stop in to say hi across the street at 12 s J st.. at the Common Ground Coffee shop. DSCN8919  Next door at 6 s J is Propaganda and there is a cover charge. They they feature 3 band for the evening and first band starts around 10:10  Didn’t hang in there as it was past my bedtime. DSCN8949Here are their girls.   Enroute to car I did a u turn as i passed PoutineDog Cafe 17 s J s.  it was still open as I passed its wet windows. This distinct feeling came to me that I know this scene. Aptly named Nighhawks a  painting by Edward Hopper.  DSCN8950 3                                                                       at the Chicago Art Institute.imgres-1

About Lake Worth Florida by the moment the source of inspiration

A former Unite Press International photographer. Spent 9 years with Cruise Ship Photos of London. Moved to Lake Worth from Coconut Grove, with artist husband Fred Hunt. Never leaves the house without a camera. Writes another blog "One Ear Society" dealing with the ins and outs of the art world. Closed her Art Gallery in Coconut Grove after 17 years to relocate in Lake Worth.
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