Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Day Drinking ... with Tucson Artist Melo Dominguez

Posted By on Wed, Oct 22, 2014 at 5:04 PM

For a love of all things lowbrow and dark places that offer cold beverages and respite from the bright, bright sun, we bring you Day Drinking. This is the first in a regular series, and lucky us, Tucson artist Melo Dominguez agreed to be our guinea pig. So last week, we grabbed some drinks at The Shelter, a local retro spot at 4155 E. Grant Rd., known for its martinis and Rat Pack-era interior. On this day, the staff were putting up the Halloween decorations to some good music on its jukebox, and somehow we persevered to find out what cool projects Dominguez is up to lately.

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