Valley Advocate Touts TF Nightlife -- and the New Shea

"...we’re optimistic about the future of live music and performance on Avenue A."

In a recent Halos & Horns edition, the Valley Advocate highlighted the burgeoning nightlife in Turners Falls, with a special nod to the new Shea:

“...with WRSI radio host Monte Belmonte taking over the Shea Theater, with a fiscal assist from the Northampton Center for the Arts, we’re optimistic about the future of live music and performance on Avenue A. If you haven’t been to Turners in a while, check it out again. This time, bring a big appetite — and a posse ready to bar crawl.”

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