Thursday, November 27, 2008
Here comes another Black Friday (and Cyber Monday) and if you're not in line at 3am on the day after Thanksgiving for that 4am sale, you just aren't a serious shopper.
Actually you can avoid those lines at the malls, the frantic shoppers, and shop online in the comfort of your fuzzy bathrobe. Amazon has a slew of Black Friday sales planned. Take a sneak peak at the Black Friday section www.tinyurl.com/black-friday-sales and come back early Friday morning for some low-stress shopping.
Have a very Happy Thanksgiving
Friday, May 16, 2008
taken from The Bamboo Room's website:
Bamboo Room Will Go Dark, For Now -- Club Closing May 31
There’s an old adage that the bar business is recession-proof, but Bamboo Room is first and foremost a live music venue and we are not immune. Rising fuel costs make it increasingly difficult for national touring acts to include South Florida in their routing plans. Coupled with lower concert attendance during the summer, the truth is simple to understand -- particularly when heard directly from those sources.
We have thoughtfully reviewed recent economic issues that weigh on both performers and patrons. To compensate for the downturn, Bamboo Room recently adopted an abbreviated schedule for the first time in its nine-year history. Yet it soon became clear that it would be difficult to remain open through the summer. As a result we will close our doors May 31. A healthier economy will be key to operating during the winter season, much as was common in Florida not so long ago.
The trust and honesty of our relationships with artists, patrons and the media will remain firm... as has been our commitment to excellence in live music presentation. Our dedicated, excellent and valued staff will be kept apprised of future plans. We remain optimistic that the cultural and economic climate will improve.
The soul of Bamboo Room will continue to resonate with the sound of Roots, Blues and Americana.
The Bamboo Room had great site lines, a fantastic beer and whiskey selection and nobody could argue about the long list of lot of top talent they brought down to South Florida. And over the years even relaxed their uptight rules, a tad :)