The Nuyorican Poets Café, the legendary venue that opened first in the mid 1970s, closed in the early '80s and then re-opened in the late '80s, is one of the cultural gems that keep NYC the hotbed of creativity that it has always been.
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With Spring and walking-weather approaching, a reader tipped off EV Grieve to a great new audio tour of the East Village. According to UnionDocs:
Aggressive, immersive and psychologically scathing, Miguel Piñero's raw, poignant play is not to be missed.
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