Reviving an Icon 

The Big Dipper finds a new owner and renewed purpose as a local landmark and live music venue

For the first time in more than two years, the Big Dipper is alive again. The crowd edges together in a U shape toward the stage, heads bobbing in unison to the instrumental surf rock of local group BBBBandits. It's a…

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