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‘Yard Sale’ at IOTA Saturday

The “IOTA Club and Cafe” sign has been removed but the shuttered music club in Clarendon still has one last event left.

After 24 years in business, IOTA is holding a “yard sale” to sell equipment and keepsakes.

The sale is being held from noon-6 p.m. Saturday at the club (2832 Wilson Blvd), according to a sign in the window.

Co-owner Jane Negrey Inge tells ARLnow.com that the sales will be cash only, with Virginia sales tax collected. The items for sale include: “Memorabilia, restaurant stuff, furniture, art stuff. Lots of women’s small and medium T’s. IOTA baseball caps. IOTA Pints. Yummy art work. Many items suitable for the cave.”

IOTA closed up shop after a last bash this past weekend. The club declined to renew its lease, citing rising rents and the cost of a temporary relocation while improvements are made to its building.

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