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Party like it's 1969

Posted by Emily Sweeney December 19, 2007 11:03 PM

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Ghouls in the Garage is a new 18+ monthly night at TT the Bear’s that features “cheap pool, stiff drinks and vintage horror flicks projected all night long!”

It happens on the third Thursday of every month....which means this month's Ghouls party is only hours away.

DJs Mary Widow and J. Cannibal spin an array of ‘60s-era rock, punk, psychobilly, surf, and, of course, garage music. So you can expect to hear a broad range of stuff...they play The Stooges, The Sonics, The Cramps, Thee Headcoats, The Monkees, G.G. Allin, and everything in between.

They'll have go-go dancers, too....this month’s lineup includes Ama Alaria (owner of Rock City Body in Allston) and Devilica (aka Miss Firecracker, founder of Black Cat Burlesque).....and you won't want to miss the special psychedelic belly-dancing (?) performance by one of the Babes in Boinkland.

And one more thing -- this installment of Ghouls in the Garage will also be the official birthday party for underground art scenester Katrina Galore of Grindhouse Marrionette fame.

Doors open at 9 pm, cover is $5.

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Katie Johnston Chase likes dive bars, old country music, and pop art that has something to say.
Meredith Goldstein is keen on DJs who spin pop music and restaurants that serve real food after 11 p.m.
Emily Sweeney is a lifelong Bostonian who goes out all over, from Irish pubs in Southie to the roller rink in Dorchester.
Jeff Miranda has never heard a '90s alternative-rock jam that's not already a mainstay on his iPod.
Joan Charlotte Matelli digs movie singalongs, well-made cocktails, and alt-country rockers.
Courtney Hollands is a shopaholic and a music junkie with a penchant for tapas, chai, and Hall & Oates dance parties.
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