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Brighton's Shiniest

Rake’s End transforms from motorcycle club to artsy drinkery

2 Comments · Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Jerome Jaffe is a character. With his thick New York accent, wiry frame, perma-five o’clock shadow and penchant for misnomers, he’s kind of a minor celebrity in his home base of Brighton in the West End. He recently bought Rake’s End from long-time area resident/developer Fred Lane, and is determined to see the bar succeed.  

Drive-By Art in Brighton

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Because opening a new art gallery is timely and costly, especially if few people come in to buy or even visit, entrepreneurs have been looking for alternatives on the Internet. This, too, has problems. "In the great ocean of the Internet, any one Web site gets lost unless you can do a lot of advertising," says Clay Wainscott, a 65-year-old artist/gallerist with an unusual solution for the problem: a new art gallery in Brighton with an online component.  

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