Today, you should… examine We’re Science at 4th Street Vine

Charming 4th Street Vine has been described as “the little wine bar that could.” Of course, the things they can do aren’t related only to drinking but a whole lot of music; live and otherwise reproduced.

We’re Science is an ’80s dance party, celebrating its two-year anniversary of all vinyl DJ sets. Those DJs are Cat Flowers, Verdilak and Paul E Wog.

What makes 4th St. Vine so great is that it’s a straightforward kinda place, so just go spill the wine and dance yourself silly.

Another great thing: There’s never a cover.

Giving us a moment’s pause: We’re assuming We’re Science is a play on “Weird Science,” the ’80s sci-fi comedy most people never saw and never regretted not seeing. According to some people we spoke to and IMDB confirmed this, there was a “Weird Science” TV show from 1994 to 1998. They apparently made 88 episodes of this thing. Who was watching this?

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Steve Lowery began his journalism career at the Los Angeles Times, where he planned to spend his entire career. God, as usual, laughed at his plans and he has since written for the short-lived sports publication The National, the L.A. Daily News, the Press-Telegram, New Times LA, the District and the OC Weekly. He is the Arts & Culture Editor for the Post, overseeing the Hi-lo.