Besides entertaining commuters and making the wait a little more fun, the bus stop has as its larger goal to promote jazz as Pittsburgh’s greatest art export. This makes one wonder about the commercial and creative possibilities that bus stops offer in terms of advertising. By moving away from the standardized 2D print-adverstisements bus stops usually provide, Pittsburgh’s Smallest Jazz Club shows us what’s possible in terms of advertising these days. Again, it also just makes us break through our hasty lives and daily annoyances, allowing for a little relaxation. In that sense, Dave Brubeck’s all-time jazz classic Take Five would be spot on, embodying the power of cultural and artistic experimentation.