Take it to the Pharcyde: Saturday's hip-hop night at Touch


Mick Boogie. Terry Urban. A tiny, steamy, dark, basement dance floor. Enough booze to frighten even the most battle-tested liver. And a steady, surprising mix of some of the best damn songs ever played at my middle-school dances. What better way to celebrate another Brady Quinn pre-season gem (or, more likely, a meteoric fall to reality) than I Got Five On It, Saturday night's old-school hip-hop-and-funk fiesta at Ohio City's Touch Supper Club? -- Joe P. Tone

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