Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
There is a band of this name - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_Radicals_(band) - any connection? And what exactly is a DIY Infoshop? Sounds intriguing!p.s. Love the colours - suits the name well.
Their location must be ideally suited for student trade. Nice shot. The color must be Florida #1.
Jeeze, I remember when we had to pay for radicals. I must be getting old.
What a fun and funky name. Cool color too.I forgot that Florida A&M University was in Tallahassee.
I like it! It's like ... the 1970's meets the technology age!
This sweet little shop would attract a lot more attention if it added a 40-foot long mural of a reclining Brizilian model. Yep, just the ticket.
This is such a nerdy name, I love it! If my dad were still alive, he would have loved it too — he was a chemistry professor. Located between two universities, I guess the name's not surprising :D I love how it looks too!
Great shop, great colors, great name! Have you been inside yet?
You're funny Frank!
What a fun looking little shop, love the colors and sign!
Love this sign. I'm thinking of the freeing the radicals in our systems. :)
And there used to be a band called The New Radicals, but that's another story.
Actually, an infoshop isn't really a shop. It's more of a lending library/community space. People put on workshops there or gather to talk books, make and share art, that kind of thing. They do sell a few albums, but it's not really a store as such.
Thanks downtown guy! That's really interesting.
Anyone is Tally should stop in! I'm not associated with the folks running it, but I know they are welcoming and like to meet anyone and everyone from the community.
This reminds me of the "DIY" or "do it yourself" thing that was a big part of the punk rock scene in So.California when I was a teen in the early 1980'sI wonder if there's a conection?
I am all for anyone who needs freeing, but I guess most of the radicals are now ageing hippies.Great spot Lois!
Like the name, like the simple sign. Probably a great place.Frank: Whoa there big fella!
James: the phrase "DIY" predates the punk scene but still permeates it. Leeds: the radicals in this case are mostly 20-something punk rockers, but there's a sprinkling of other sorts.
That's cool.Sydney - City and Suburbs
I bet they stay busy. Cute place!
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