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September 21, 2015


Jeff Jotz

After hearing that the place may close, I stopped by one evening last year and bought a used $4 CD out of sympathy.


seeing that price tag sticker gets me right "here", ya know? (sigh)


It's not just digital downloads and high rents that are forcing the closure of a lot of places it's also because of the death of a lifestyle that New York City was arguably the capitol of for several generations, that little old thing called 'Bohemianism'. In NYC it hardly exists any longer.

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