I don't understand the title of this article. It insinuates that the 'Tax Man' was coming after them unfairly or trying to extort them. The $80,000 is something that the Pinhook legally owed just like every other business, ever. If you have a business that sells something, you have to pay taxes....
I am glad that the Pinhook will stay in business, I think it is a very important venue in Durham. I just don't understand why its been made out that they are victims of the government.
I find this review silly. This band is awesome, everyone is entitled to their own opinions but I think calling Lila a Bro band is ridiculous, do you know what a bro band means? And considering the fact that Lila has sold out every venue they've played in Durham I doubt we will be 'outgrowing' the awesome sounds and shows they put on.
Make sure you're signed up so we can inbox you the latest.
Login to choose your subscriptions!
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
RSS Feeds | Powered by Foundation