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Tonight’s the Holiday Get Together

I’ve been working on some stuff behind the scenes and away from Birmingham’s hub today, leading to a lapse in posting – and keeping us from reminding folks earlier – but we’re hoping that some of you may be interested in showing up at Speakeasy this evening (1920 3rd Avenue North) for our 2nd annual Holiday Get Together. It just also happens to be Repeal Day (you know you’re interested).

We’ll have a few t-shirts for folks and if you feel like it, you can show up with a non-perishable food or monetary donation for The Community Kitchens of Birmingham (please have checks written out to the organization). We’re not charging a cover or really knowing what to expect; we only wanted a chance to see folks before the end of the year so we hope you’re planning to at least pop in for a second.

If you cannot attend this evening, please consider visiting their website or forwarding their URL to a friend and clicking on the Donate now button.

As always, enjoy the ride and the holidays!

Celebrate Repeal Day (and the holidays) with The Hub!

It’s the time of year where folks find time to come together and enjoy each other’s company – and we wouldn’t want it any other way! So how about putting our little get-together on your calendar now so you don’t forget?

Come on out Friday, December 5 for a special holiday edition of The Terminally Happy Hour downtown at Speakeasy!

Let us know you’re coming via RSVP at Facebook or Upcoming!

See, December 5 happens to be the 75th anniversary of passage of the 21st Amendement (a.k.a. Repeal Day), repealing the 18th Amendment (the one that ushered in Prohibition). So we figured, what better way to celebrate than to go to a bar named Speakeasy. We’re excited that they’ll will be letting us invade the bar that night. We’ll have some more information next week…

But if you know of any other holiday parties we can add to the list, let us know in the comments section.