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MOSH Bash, Museum of Science & History

MOSH Bash: A Party that Will Go Down in History

The has a little something for all ages, and the MOSH Bash is a continuation of that mission. Celebrating 75 years of science, history and education, the MOSH Bash will revisit the museum’s significant achievements and memorable exhibits with a family-friendly event followed by an adults-only rooftop extravaganza. The MOSH Bash will be held from 6-9pm, November 19th, at the museum (1025 Museum Circle) followed by an after party until midnight. The rooftop after party includes live music from and , gastronomic bites from , and an open bar. Tickets for both events are available online at themosh.org/moshbash or by …

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Four Families

Circuitry –The Latest Release from Four Families is Hauntingly Beautiful and Dreamy

Circuitry by Four Families As summer begins to slowly fade and hopes of cool weather rise, the latest EP from entitled, Circuitry, creates the perfect soundtrack for the transition into autumn. The follow-up to the band’s first full-length and self-titled album in 2014, this EP is a lush soundscape for wandering through a haunted coniferous forest. The original lineup, (), (), and (), first started playing together in the fall of 2011. After their first album release in 2014, the Circuitry EP was recorded later that spring with Brian Squillace of Sea Cycles, sans Quinn Mellon on bass, who parted to focus on …

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Underbelly Celebrates 3 Year On Top

Three years ago, the owners of rolled the dice and re-opened the venue in an area of downtown Jacksonville usually reserved for the legal sect. There wasn’t a lot going on in terms of live music but they hoped that the move would help inspire change. The gamble paid off. Underbelly celebrates its third anniversary Saturday with the release of new album Ground & Air with supporting openers and at 113 East Bay Street 353-6067, www.underbellylive.com. According to the club’s website, the excitement is palpable. “Can you believe it’s only been 3 years since we moved downtown?!? We can’t either!!” …

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october, 2021

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