#Final Night

WTF Photos from the Final Night at Missoula’s Fred’s Lounge

Say it ain't so. Missoula's iconic Fred's Louge at the Wye has seen its final dancer, final dollar, final customer. And final Patrick Star!? Yeah, see the photos below. Fred's was always casual, never intimidating, or weird, just a chill place to enjoy a drink and see some fine entertainment. There was never a cover charge or a dress code, and a-holes were always promptly removed. This is how I remember all of my experiences there anyway. I do recall, when we moved back to Missoula in 2000, that there was a bouncer and some security, but the house moms, bartenders, and dancers proved that they could look out for each other and take care of themselves. So the bouncers were gone as quickly as they had arrived.
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Joywave caps final night of 10th annual Fringe Fest in Rochester

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Do you feel the waves yet? Nationally recognized Rochester-based rock band Joywave capped off the final night of the 2021 KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival Saturday night. The band was joined by several other groups as part of the concert series SMOKESTACKS. The last remaining event of...

Joywave headlining final night of Fringe Festival

Joywave, a popular indie rock band from Rochester that's earned national recognition, will headline the final night of this year's KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival. The free show is scheduled to start at 8:55 p.m. Saturday at Parcel 5. Lead singer Daniel Armbruster joined us on Good Day Rochester with a...

'Growing Up Ringside' featured on final night of Fringe Festival

A one-woman show about coming of age in the Rochester area is taking the stage on the final night of the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival. Mina Liccione is a Brockport High School graduate who now lives in Dubai. Her show Growing Up Ringside combines comedy, spoken word and multimedia to share stories of her upbringing as the daughter of boxing promoter Tony Liccione.

Free Fair Fun

Corky Grigsby drives a miniature vintage car for the India Shriners Temple during the Binger Free Fair parade down Main Street on Saturday, Sept. 18. Dozens of families lined the street as a parade of vehicles drove by, throwing candy for the children to kick off the final night of the fair. See PARADE RESULTS on page A3.