The Rainbow Lounge was destroyed by fire on June 1. The fire is still under investigation.
The Rainbow Lounge was destroyed by fire on June 1. The fire is still under investigation. Glen. E. Ellman Special to the Star Telegram
The Rainbow Lounge was destroyed by fire on June 1. The fire is still under investigation. Glen. E. Ellman Special to the Star Telegram

Rainbow Lounge, destroyed by fire, will reopen at new location

July 12, 2017 10:33 AM

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