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Longshot Vinyl is the place to go if you love beer, old school music, and just hanging out with friends. Located in the old Red Cross Pharmacy building, it features exquisite vintage crown molding, high ceilings, and a 1970s feel thanks to the vintage furniture and dark green walls. Owned by Jada Pfarr, her main goal is to offer a comfortable place where people can listen to good music and talk about new bands. She also wants to support artists by hosting events. You can check out more information about Longshot Vinyl here.
Flick of the Week
Check out our latest review on the blockbuster: BumbleBee. A fresh take on the Transformers empire.
What’s Happening Around Town
The Racine Theatre Guild will be premiering their show “Things My Mother Taught Me” on Friday, January 11th and shows will go every weekend until Sunday, January 27th. This romantic comedy is a fun twist on the old adage “mother knows best” and you won’t want to miss it! Buy Tickets here.
On January 16th, at the Racine County Eye, we will be holding an event teaching local businesses on how they can amplify their story and grow their business. Learn more about our Amplify your awesome: Narrative storytelling for business event here.
The Racine Art Museum will be featuring a new exhibit: Represent: Exploring Portraits in RAMS’s Collection and in honor of this they are encouraging the community to participate in Museum Selfie Day which is where you visit museums, take a selfie, and share your experience on Twitter and Instagram with #MuseumSelfie.
Wanting to stick with your New Years Resolution to be healthier? Blue Bear restaurant features delicious dishes that are completely vegan or keto friendly! All their food is made from scratch in-house with all natural ingredients.
You’ll also want to visit Mt. Sinai Gym which is currently offering a special for new sign-ups in January: 3 personal training sessions free/ 1 yoga class. Time to feel the burn!
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