Monday, April 18, 2011

This and Every 4th Sunday

In case you were not aware, or maybe you forgot.  Every fourth Sunday of the month at 720 music Clothing Cafe, is Sunday Best.

Word Play

Awww, its Spring. Flowers blooming, trees budding.  Spring always sparks my creativity  in a myriad of ways when it rolls around.  I get particularly inspired as it pertains to poetry and other things arty during this season. Now is a perfect time for 720 to introduce Word Play open mic poetry.  Beginning Thursday April 28 @ 8pm.  Every fourth Thursday of the month after that, same time, same place.  Be sure to tell your friends, and schedule it in your mobile device to spend time with us.  Be sure to "check in" at Foursquare, Loopt, or Yelp once you arrive! Free admission before 9pm, then only $5 after 9pm.  Enjoy a cappuccino, and indulge in Word Play, hosted by Luqmon Abdus-Salaam

4405 Butler Street

Yoga @ 720

The term power yoga came into common usage in the mid 1990's when several yoga teachers were looking for a way to make Ashtanga yoga more accessible to western students.  Unlike Ashtanga, power yoga does not follow a set series of poses.  Therefore, any power yoga class can vary widely from the next.  What they have in common is an emphasis on strength and flexibility.  The advent of power yoga heralded yogas current popularity, as people began to see yoga as a way to work out.  Power yoga brought yoga into the gyms of America.

Here at 720 we want to tone, heal, and strengthen your mind, body, and soul...I am very excited to announce that Power Yoga has come to 720 Music Clothing Cafe in Lawrenceville.  Beginning this Thursday April 21st, lead by Asana certified yoga instructor, Leigh Garbo.  Class is every Thursday morning at 9:45am until 10:45am.  Please bring your yoga mat, block and other yoga accessories that you use during your practice.  Don't forget your towel.  Feel free to bring a water bottle, or you could purchase water in the cafe.

Each class is only $5.  Tell your friends that live in Lawrenceville and throughout the city.  This class is open to all levels of discipline

4405 Butler Street 

Jill Scott's Shame Video Featuring Eve

Check out Jill Scott's new track off of her latest Album, The Light of the Sun, due out this Summer!

Source:  Essence

Don't Forget Your Seeds

Lawrenceville Blossom Tour

The Blossom Tour is a free celebration of Spring and Lawrenceville’s dedication to local goods & services! Travel down Butler street on Saturday& Sunday May 7 & 8 to see all that the  local artisans, craftsmakers, businesses, bakers, and more have to offer.

720 Music, Clothing Cafe will be participating, meeting, customers and giving out seeds.  Be sure to stop by!

  Visit for event details.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The Beat Down is Going Down!!!

720 presents...
                                (((( The Beat Down ))))

DJ Nate Da Phat Barber    vs/    Dj Selecta    vs/      DJ Madbuddha

Witness 3 of the region's best Djs battle it out for party rockin supremacy. Everything will be left on the dance floor. 

Will it be The Madbuddha, Dj Selecta, or will it be DJ Nate Da Phat Barber? Prepare yourself for a party!!! 

This ain't a fashion show... THIS IS A BEAT DOWN!!!!!!!!!!! 

Friday, April 15, 2011 

and every 3rd Friday following...

@ 720 Music, Clothing & Cafe
4405 Butler St. PGH, PA / Lawrenceville

Doors @ 10 pm

Admission - $7

Records for Education

WPPJ will be hosting a Record store day on this coming Wednesday April 13th 2011. The event will be open to all students on Point Park campus and will benefit the Early Learning Institute of Allegheny County. We will be on hand to sell our products to the general public and to advertise national record store day which is April 16th. The day will include food, prizes, and live music taking place all day long. 

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Sundays Best

This and EVERY last Sunday of the month. Guest Dj's, comfort foods, great people. See you there.

National Record Store Day!

The Fourth Annual Celebration of National Record Store Day is April 16th. Record Store Day is a day to acknowledge and support your local independent record shops. Bands from all over the music spectrum release limited exclusive to only independently owned record stores. Come and spend some time with us on this Saturday April 16, 2011 as we celebrate National Record Day.

Come shop, eat, and relax as we spin exclusive releases all day! 

For more information about Record Store Day Visit: