Beat Blast: A ferry collision, Pearl Harbor & return of the Hi-Fi


The Dugout, Ironhead, Psycho Betty’s, Lucy’s Little Hole — the Sixth Street location long home to the Hi-Fidelity Lounge has been many different incarnations. It’s back once again, and its new owners are keeping the classic name.

Eddie Aquino and his wife, Amber, have renovated the space for more than three months and on Saturday, the lounge will bring back live music. There are lots of changes inside, including new bathrooms. (While it may seem strange to point that out, anyone who visited in the past knows this is a big improvement.)

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Elsewhere on this week’s Bremerton Beat Blast, you’ll learn:

The crazy ferry collision that everyone’s talking about (on Facebook anyway);

How rapidly Bremerton changed following the attack on Pearl Harbor (which happened 75 years ago Wednesday);

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A new documentary about a Bremerton boy who fought alongside Batman;

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The unexpected passing of Rebekah Marie Uhtoff, passionate advocate for children of all abilities in Bremerton.

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Questions? Comments? Wondering why there’s an alligator head in every video? Send them my way, to josh.farley@kitsapsun.com.

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