General manager Russ Brunelli hopes professional musicians will frequent the China Club here as they do in NY and LA. Just in case they don't, though, he's practicing his rock-star face as the room is renovated.
by Lewis Lazare | May 9, 1991
by Lewis Lazare | Nov 4, 1999
"It's not high-tech, and it's not a dungeon," says Kelly Holme of her new megaclub, Millie's. On opening night it was also not licensed, but she was working on it.
by Lewis Lazare | Aug 29, 1991
Lewis Lazare takes his act elsewhere.
by Lewis Lazare | Nov 9, 2000
The creators of the ultracool Blackbird have a warmer restaurant in mind.
by Lewis Lazare | Nov 2, 2000
Michael Cullen is going Cajun, and he's taking Sheila Henaghan and a new Platt with him.
by Lewis Lazare | Oct 26, 2000
North Pond Cafe's Richard Mott scores another prime park location.
by Lewis Lazare | Oct 19, 2000
Was Ed Burgess's art really too hot for Bailiwich patrons to handle? Or was teh dispute over lobby art just a symptom of deeper problems as the theater?
by Lewis Lazare | Oct 12, 2000
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