Europhoria at Hardware Bar (slide show)

The Eurovision Song Contest is one of those things—like soccer or Marmite—that people elsewhere in the world seem to love, yet remains mostly a...

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The Eurovision Song Contest is one of those things—like soccer or Marmite—that people elsewhere in the world seem to love, yet remains mostly a mystery on these shores. International expats (and Americans who have stumbled upon the phenomenon) can get a monthly fix at Hardware Bar's Europhoria, featuring videos of Eurovision performances and a crowd eager to wave the flags of their homeland (or whatever flag happens to be available).

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Fabrizio
Fabrizio

I loved it! can't wait for the next party!