Located in an old house, in a just out-of-the-way enough industrial area, The Hideout draws in crowds nightly. If there’s no music playing at the small venue in this friendly dive bar, something will be going on, whether it’s storytelling during the regular “The Write Club” or locals breaking bread over soup during the weekly soup and bread dinner that benefits local food pantries. If you’re in town in September, try to nab a ticket to the popular Hideout Block Party, a family-friendly 2-day event that, in the past, has featured Neko Case, Mavis Staples, Superchunk, The Both, and other indie favorites.