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. April 24, 2013.
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Do you like vintage? PJ's Used Records and renowned local musicologist arwulf arwulf would like to formally invite you to a truly vintage listening experience. PJ's is hosting its second Digital-Free Discs and Drinks event. Guests will listen to old-school jazz spun on a phonograph by arwulf himself while sipping on a complimentary cocktail provided by Tammy's Tastings. The upshot? No phones, just like the movies. Guests will be asked to check their smart phones and/or iPods at the door. Don't worry, you'll get them back when you leave—last time every device was returned without a hitch. Enjoy a brief vacation from the digital age with a cruise on arwulf's sea of musical nostalgia. Free. 7-9pm. May 10. PJ’s Used Records, 617-B Packard (upstairs). 734-663-3441—JS

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