The past few weeks at the Emporium have seen quite a bit of change. If you haven’t been in lately, come and check out our newly-painted floor! and new track-lighting! I can frankly say that the Emporium looks like a different (and better!) place. If you liked our calming ambiance before, you’ll love it even more now. Here’s a wee photo for a tease:
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While I’m showing you pictures… Last weekend’s art show opening was quite successful: In addition to drawing quite the crowd, we made it on the news! A photo from the event:

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The art display—“Love, Loss, and Longing: The Impact of U.S. Travel Policy on Cuban-American Families; An exhibit in photographs and words”—will remain gracing our walls until August 30. Come see it.

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And now, a reminder of our upcoming events…

FRI, AUG 18, 6:30-10P
Our weekly Friday wine-tasting. Deb Stallard, Patrick Drews, and Bruce Niccolini return to play us some jazz! Also, Yellow Springs’ own Michael Brown will be pouring his wines.

MON, AUG 21, 7-10P
The Neighborhood Poetry Night: Open mic and live jazz by the G. Scott Jones Freedom Ensemble. Visit their web site for more information: http://www.neighborhoodpoetry.org

FRI, AUG 25, 6:30-10P
Our weekly Friday wine tasting with live music by Dayton’s own guitar virtuoso Eric Loy.

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