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In the South, the city boys are free to drive and party at the boozy juke joint on Saturday nights.‘Ballad of Emmett Till’ recounts last two weeks of a life cut short|Patrick Folliard|November 10, 2022|Washington Blade
Late arrivals had to stand along the walls, leaning against the juke box or the poker machines.The Strange and Mysterious Death of Mrs. Jerry Lee Lewis|Richard Ben Cramer|January 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So what were they doing before, to juke the stats, as they say on The Wire?The Perils of Law School|Megan McArdle|September 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But juke has become a worldwide underground scene, selling out clubs all over Europe.
They claim juke has pulled minority youth away from crime, that it has been a major factor in Chicago's falling crime rate.
It was as if black culture was a juke joint in the woods that whites had to travel to in order to experience it.Ode to a White Rapper|Touré|May 19, 2009|DAILY BEAST
At the moment they're slugging it out to see which one gets to levy a head tax on the juke boxes in this section."And That's How It Was, Officer"|Ralph Sholto
Surely, so we are inclined to grumble, the taste was severe that led Mr. Ainger to dismiss Juke Judkins.Obiter Dicta|Augustine Birrell
At the bar, a laughing longshoreman pushed a five-centavo coin into the nickeled red juke box, pressed the "Bsame" button.
Hall drank in the tableau, his eyes following Marina's every move, his ears deaf to the next record being played in the juke box.
Outside, juke boxes in three different open cafs on one street were playing three records with maximum volume.