This past Wednesday, Davie bar and performance space Stage 84 welcomed back Karaoke with Kenii. Rebecca Dittmar was there to hear the results.
I don't always attend karaoke nights, but when I do, I prefer Stage 84 in Davie.
are you going to sing?" I gave him the repressive sort of smile I give
to people on the street who try to hand me pamphlets about the end of
the world and hid behind my vanilla porter. "Fine," said Kenii. "If
nobody's gonna sing I'll just practice." He started up a song.
A quiet little beer bar in Davie off State Road 84, Stage 84 is a cozy venue. A lovely woman in a shawl is eager to bring you drinks and will talk at length about the different beers available. I happily took a few puffs of the hookah that was offered to me.
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