Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Dallas DIY Venue Attempts to Re-Open

Remember the new Dallas DIY spot we told you about several months ago that eventually burned down in a tragic fire? Well, according to Myspace posts from the operators of the venue, they are making a valiant attempt to re-build and re-open the venue in the very near future. Located at 436 Haskell Ave., the crew in charge of running the place is looking for fundraising and construction help, and if you're interested, you can contact the proprietors through their Myspace page, or speak with any of them in person this Saturday at the Bike House BBQ/Party. This could be a big step in the right direction for Dallas, so we hope they're able to pull this off. More details to come...

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

i dont think its really a step for dallas
its in such a deep shit hole
that it has to climb awhile before it can take a step

Anonymous said...

And the people involved are SKEtCHY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Some were running redblood club before it crumbled.

James Magruder said...

No one that involve with owning or managing Red Blood Club is involved with the New Space. I hope that this space can spread some good. We are officially going to be a non-profit, doing charity work as well music. Dallas does have a climb to get out of the hole it\'s in, but I think this year we\'ll get out of it.

Anonymous said...

thats good for dallas. Someday they\'ll be as cool as denton. har har har har har har

Anonymous said...

Word

Anonymous said...

LOL

Anonymous said...

i would rather donate to the homeless. OH WAIT. I think the people running it are!

Anonymous said...

Re-open? It never opened in the first place did it?

Anonymous said...

oh, god, someone call CPS again.

Anonymous said...

a \"step in the right direction\" would be to get rid of all these goddamn crusty punx.

these kids remind me of the last scene of penelope spheeris\' \'suburbia\'..who knew these \'punky-colour\' hot-topic bitches were so fertile?

Anonymous said...

Actually these crusty punx aren\'t the problem. It\'s the stupid fuckin squares of Dallas that want west ends on every fuckin block imaginable. You\'re given to much power to those crusty punx. You wouldnt want to really do that now do you? I thought so.

joe said...

gotcha good, dang!

Anonymous said...

wayward boys forever dooooood

Anonymous said...

red blood club used to be real cool back in the day

Anonymous said...

so i thought this was pretty cool, whether it gets off the ground or not, so i tried to add them as a friend on myspace.

they\'ll accept our money, but they\'re not interested in a friend request from a band. gonna hazard a guess that they DON\'T get it off the ground.

Anonymous said...

it\'s cause yo band sucks foo

Anonymous said...

Why waste money on expensive inefficient solar panels when you can get 100% renewable energy from Green Mountain Energy for about the same price as TXU?

Oh right, because these people are fuckin dumb.

Anonymous said...

UM OBVIOUSLY THIS CLUB IS GOING TO BE AROUND FOREVER WITH PEOPLE ALWAYS INTERESTED IN RUNNING IT SO LIKE THE PANELS PAY THEMSELVES OFF AFTER SOME TIME AND LIKE BECAUSE THERE WILL ALWAYS BE RESPONSIBLE INTERESTED PEOPLE IN DALLAS WHO LIKE RUNNING A LEGITIMATE NON PROFIT CLUB FOR THE PUNKS

Anonymous said...

shut the fuck up

DIY punk said...

can somebody fuck me good tonight?

Anonymous said...

i can whats your number?

Anonymous said...

it\'s too bad, given the \"PUNX\" running the place you can tell it\'s going to fail. really a shame...

Anonymous said...

fuck you 2:02 what jew got bitch?

Anonymous said...

is that a photo of the fungi girls?

Anonymous said...

is that a photo of the fungi girls?

julie said...

dude, this comment thread is like a game of telephone...it gets more and more garbled and irrelevent.

James Magruder said...

Who do you people think is running this thing?