Allow Whitehaus Family Records and Gay Gardens to continue hosting music

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Mark Aylward
9 years ago
This is an important facet of Boston's culture. Places like this have existed for decades and are the only outlet for true public creative experimentation. They allow music and art to have an audience that most mainstream places would not accept. They are a cornerstone of culture.

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Jordan Cooper
9 years ago
Free the music!

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tyler murphy
9 years ago
Crucial cultural locations!

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Jake Taylor
9 years ago
I have attended and performed at these venues. I understand that value that these places have in our community and that they are safe, artistic, and valuable environments for our community to have.

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Jonathan Donaldson
9 years ago
There is a disproportionate amount of law enforcement being directed towards the issue of music being played in houses.

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Kathy DeMoranville
9 years ago
I grew up in Boston, and never really realized what a great local music scene we had until I left. This is something that should be nurtured and promoted. Definitely part of what makes the city unique.

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Daniel Townsend
9 years ago
music speaks

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John Moxley
9 years ago
I've seen and played too many shows at these wonderful locations to stand around and watch them crumble. Good people. Always an exiting curiosity as to what you will hear next. A huge bit has been taken from Boston's local music and performance collective and must be spat back out. this is not just a stab at todays music, it's also a stopper on the progress of the exposure of new sound that these artists strive for. Please reconsider. A compromise can be found. Thank you.

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Nathan Ventura
9 years ago
The only place to see free music regularly in an open and friendly environment in Boston.

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Alexander Olivares
9 years ago
The arts can't grow without a foundation, and that is what these DIY venues provide.