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This Just In: Jazzmatazz Lounge to begin offering jazz five nights a week, Dubwise Collective launches new reggae night at Funky Buddha

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Starting on Tuesday, February 16, Jazzmatazz Lounge (1612 East 17 Avenue), which has offered live jazz on the weekends since it opened in November, will begin featuring live music Tuesdays through Saturdays. Piano jazz happy hours will run from 6 to 8 p.m., and bands will play from 8:30 p.m. to midnight. Tonight, trumpeter Hugh Ragin plays with the Latin Soul Express and tomorrow vocalist Teresa Carroll will perform.

In other club news: The Dubwise Collective has kicked off "Selecta's Choice: A Riddim Showcase," Wednesdays at the Funky Buddha (776 Lincoln Street). Hosted by DJ Uplifter, the night features reggae and dancehall tunes spun by DJs Nikka T, Bushy Bush, Segue, Blood Preshah and more; it starts at 9 p.m. and there's no cover. More info here.

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