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23039
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Stories told about nightclubs such as \"The Ratskeller,\" \"The Purple and Gold Club,\" \"The Tavern,\" and \"The Castaway Club\" that operated in Greenville during the 1960s.Continued in the next issue.
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23377
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Notable clubs that opened in Greenville in the 1960s includes The Rathskeller, The Purple and Gold Club, The Tortugas Club, The Tavern, Castaway Club, Coach and Four Restaurant and Nightclub, Bob's Barn, The Ruins, The Buccaneer Club, Ye Old Jail Tavern, The Music Factory, The Elbo Room, Bel-Air Club, and PGI. Other popular nightspots included Ruby's Circle Y Restaurant and Drive-In, The Country Place, and Candlewick Inn. Greenville motion picture theaters in the area were The Meadowbrook Picture Theatre, The Pitt, The State, and the Tice Drive-In. There were two billiard halls in Greenville: Happy's Pool Room and Pop's Billiards. Church-sponsored nightspots included The Catacombs, and The Den. Popular restaurants and dance halls were The Varsity, The Bohemian, Fiddlers III, and The ID.
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23037
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In the third installment of this series, Kammerer talks about such nightclubs as the "Elbo," the "Bel-Air Club," and "PGI," the first indoor putt putt course in the US at Colonial Heights. He also talks about the bands “The Tonettes,” and “Little Eva.”