The 40 Watt Club is considered one of Georgiaâ€™s most famous nightclubs. The 40 Watt Club achieved its reputation due to its long-running involvement with local music legends through out the Athens music scene. The 40 Watt Club held its first show back on October 30, 1978 Halloween night featuring the Crowe's band Strictly American. Most new and up coming small-venue acts make sure they play at the 40 Wyatt Club due to the Rolling Stone magazine calling the 40 Wyatt Club the best college music scene in the country back in 2003.
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If your one of the new and up coming small-venue acts and you want to know more about the 40 Watt Club then visit our website at www.40watt.com where you can read more about the 40 Wyatt Club history, view our schedule, get ticket information for up-coming shows, find out how to book your band and view our merchandise. The 40 Wyatt Club is the best college music scene in the country
by Rico Eschenburg on
What Brown has done to me... My apartment complex of ~500 residents no longer accepts packages at the Leasing Office if residents are not home; that said, packages with no signature required are simply left at the front door of the apartments for anyone to walk by and steal. My friend ordered gifts for me from my http://Amazon.comwish list and accidentally had them shipped to my home instead of work address. I work 8a-5pm and there is nobody to accept packages at my home in my absence. Amazon doesn't give you the option to require a signature on your delivery. I called UPS on 12/14 to see if I could have the package/s re-routed. The rep stated 'no,' that I should leave a note on my door instructing the driver not to leave packages there and to instead leave an InfoNotice. The morning of 12/15 around 8am, I taped a note (a print out of the tracking info from http://ups.com) to my door stating, "UPS - Do not leave package at door for security reasons. Leave Info Notice. Thx! -Jill" Later that day, I tracked the package online from work, and it showed as delivered to my front door around 1:30pm. I was obviously angry because the driver clearly had not read my note. This is actually the 2nd time this has happened. I've left a note on my door before instructing the driver not to leave packages at my door. My guess is, because I live in the very back of the complex and he/she has to park in the very front, they don't want to have to carry the package all the way back to the truck. I called UPS asking why this had been done and filed a complaint. Received a voicemail back within an hour apologizing, stating the regular driver's seasonal help had done this, and that they hope the package isn't stolen. I came home after 5:30pm on 12/15 expecting a package to be waiting for me at my front door--it was not. However, there was an InfoNotice stuck to my original note. Nothing was written on the InfoNotice--it was completely blank. I called UPS from home the evening of 12/15, expecting to be able to re-route the package to my office. I gave the agent my InfoNotice number, but there was no record in the system of this notice, and my package still showed in the system as 'delivered.' So in essence, my package is now lost. I spoke to a supervisor/tracer and was instructed to contact http://Amazon.comto resolve the issue. I also filed another complaint against the driver, since they had now erred twice: 1. Not reading my original note and leaving the package at my front door 2. Taking the package back, and leaving a blank InfoNotice, which was never logged into the system. a. Additionally, they did not update the package's status to note that they in fact took the package back. It's clear that your drivers--whether regular or seasonal--need better training. If your phone agents are telling me to leave a note for the driver, the driver needs to read that note and follow the instructions, not just do what's easiest/most convenient for them. **UPDATE 12/16/10 (afternoon): Got a call from the local UPS facility after filing my second complaint (Barbara in the Irvine center, you're awesome!). UPS' seasonal help here is a company called Cal Track. The driver left my package at the apt leasing office, but didn't bother to note that on the InfoNotice or log it into the tracking system. If you're going to subcontract with a company, make sure they know what they're doing! Had Barbara not stepped in, it would have taken a while for me to get my packages, as my leasing office doesn't call residents to inform them of package receipt.
by James T. on
Cover 3 is exceptional. What a great concept - a sports bar with excellent food and service. I eat lunch at Cover 3 at least once a week. The burgers are excellent and deserve all of the Texas Monthly attention and more. Other favorites are the ahi tuna appetizer, the tinga chicken enchiladas and the beef tenderloin salad. I really like this place.
by Derick Keel on
For me, it was day & night when going from perusing the website to actually going to this venue. The whole vibe of the website makes this place look sexy and inviting with bordello decadence, but when I finally made it there with a couple of gfs, it was a different story. First of all, I circled the area to find the place. I know downtown and I was beating myself silly for not being able to find IT as easliy as the street parking. There was a punk band playing so we had to pay a $13 cover. But as we walked in, the deeper we went, the more it smelled of bad sweaty bodies. It was quite suffocating as I was trying to admire the beauty of this place and enjoy the music. We ordered a round of 2 beers and wine which came to $17, so the drink prices were pretty good. Next thing you know, I'm wondering if this place really is a brothel as some girl standing next to me trying to order a drink is shoving her pumped up cleavage against my elbow. "Should I pay you, ho?" I definitely feel like I have to give this place a chance but they need to update their website or something so I can figure out a good night to come here. Or did I just flat out miss out on clicking on the right links? Well, now that I know exactly where it is, I'll be game to give this place a go again and hopefully have a better and less stinky experience.
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