|Tara Howley accepts a check on behalf of BCC from Randy Now of the Man Cave|
DJ Randy Now Turns Documentary on Legendary
In doing so, Ellis raised $600 in the past several weeks by requesting a $10 per person donation from everyone who turned out for the screening of the new feature-length documentary “Riot on the Dance Floor: The Story of Randy Now and City Gardens,” which chronicles Ellis’s 30-year history DJ’ing and booking many seminal punk and rock acts at the Trenton club.
“As a resident and store owner, I know what a great job BCC does in Bordentown and I’m glad that I had the opportunity to contribute in some way coinciding with the film documentary about my career,” said Ellis, who presented a check to BCC at his store The Man Cave in Bordentown this week. “I hope the
can help the BCC
cause again in the future, perhaps with an afternoon adoption day at the store. Man
Ellis’s sizeable donation will go a long way towards furthering BCC’s mission, which can often be costly. Now in its eleventh year, BCC is dedicated to rescuing, fostering, spaying/neutering, finding loving homes and caring for
’s stray and feral cat population. Bordentown City
“We’d like to give a special thanks to Randy Ellis and The Man Cave for donating $600 to Bordentown City Cats’ rescue efforts,” said Tara Howley, a volunteer member of BCC who is also a guitarist for the all-girl, punk band The Droogettes. “Randy was generous enough to donate the proceeds from the door during screenings of Riot On the Dance Floor, a documentary on the legendary City Gardens that, under Randy's management and direction, hosted pretty much every punk band ever.”
To find out more about “Riot on the Dance Floor,”. Randy Now’s
is located at Man Cave 134 Farnsworth Ave, Bordentown,
NJ or you can discover more
online at: .
For more information on Bordentown City Cats’ rescue efforts and the cats available for adoption, please visit: www.bordentowncitycats.blogspot.com.