KJ's Coffee Bar adds music to the mix

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KJ's Coffee Bar, the Whittier neighborhood watering hole at 1710 East 25th Avenue that Kenny and Kristin Johnson opened last year, adds music to the mix tonight, when DJ LHD and friends start spinning at 7 p.m. But don't come to KJ's empty-handed: It's running a food drive to benefit Food Bank of the Rockies, and accepting non-perishable food items as donations through November 14.

KJ's plans to offer music every Friday from here on out; it's looking for musicians and bands to add to the line-up. To offer up your talents, e-mail kjscoffeebar@hotmail.com.

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