Emily Williamson of Raleigh cheers at Deep South The Bar during the 2013 Hopscotch Music Festival in downtown Raleigh. Eight eateries along Fayetteville Street want special permits to play music from exterior speakers or open their doors while music is playing.
Emily Williamson of Raleigh cheers at Deep South The Bar during the 2013 Hopscotch Music Festival in downtown Raleigh. Eight eateries along Fayetteville Street want special permits to play music from exterior speakers or open their doors while music is playing. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Emily Williamson of Raleigh cheers at Deep South The Bar during the 2013 Hopscotch Music Festival in downtown Raleigh. Eight eateries along Fayetteville Street want special permits to play music from exterior speakers or open their doors while music is playing. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

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