Re-bar, a beacon for the weird and experimental that has hosted Seattle cultural icons from Nirvana to drag comedian Dina Martina, turns 30 this year. (Amanda Snyder / The Seattle Times)
Re-bar, a beacon for the weird and experimental that has hosted Seattle cultural icons from Nirvana to drag comedian Dina Martina, turns 30 this year. (Amanda Snyder / The Seattle Times)
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In an era of nightlife specialization, Re-bar harkens to a more jack-of-all-trades style that has largely faded from the cultural landscape. It may be the venue’s last milestone birthday as the site was put up for sale last year.

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Re-bar, a beacon for the weird and experimental that has hosted Seattle cultural icons from Nirvana to drag comedian Dina Martina, turns 30 this year. (Amanda Snyder / The Seattle Times)
Re-bar, a beacon for the weird and experimental that has hosted Seattle cultural icons from Nirvana to drag comedian Dina Martina, turns 30 this year. (Amanda Snyder / The Seattle Times)
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Seattle’s Re-bar, marking 30 years of music and weirdness, may be living on borrowed time

In an era of nightlife specialization, Re-bar harkens to a more jack-of-all-trades style that has largely faded from the cultural landscape. It may be the venue’s last milestone birthday as the site was put up for sale last year.

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Re-bar, a beacon for the weird and experimental that has hosted Seattle cultural icons from Nirvana to drag comedian Dina Martina, turns 30 this year. (Amanda Snyder / The Seattle Times)
Re-bar, a beacon for the weird and experimental that has hosted Seattle cultural icons from Nirvana to drag comedian Dina Martina, turns 30 this year. (Amanda Snyder / The Seattle Times)
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Seattle’s Re-bar, marking 30 years of music and weirdness, may be living on borrowed time

In an era of nightlife specialization, Re-bar harkens to a more jack-of-all-trades style that has largely faded from the cultural landscape. It may be the venue’s last milestone birthday as the site was put up for sale last year.