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New Times: Street Survivor

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Fifteen years ago in West Palm Beach, music and people were joined in a union that has lasted longer than the average broken marriage in this country (11 years, in case you’re curious). Respectable Street Cafe, one of the best venues in which to catch live independent musicians in South Florida, celebrated 15 Years of Oblivion on November 30 by roping off a block of Clematis Street, opening its doors, and placing free drinks and food into happy hands and mouths.

“It’s the club that you go to in order to relax and enjoy yourself,” Crosby explains further. “It’s not 50,000 little jocks and college kids trying to get their groove on with each other. I like that you can go out to that little back patio and chill out there. I like being able to hang out at that front door and greet people and talk to people. It’s a very entertaining place.”


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