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07/30/2011: Kilusan Bautista at Verses (Nuyorican Poets Cafe)


Urbintel Presents


when poetry is not enough... open mic, poetry, monologues, sketch comedy showcase

Saturday, July 30, 2011


Nuyorican Poets Cafe 236 East 3rd Street (BTWN Ave B & C) New York, NY 10009

Hosted by: The CRAZY ONE Helena D. Lewis


Truthbtold Kasim Allah Kilusan Bautista Ron Kipling Williams Samuel Henry

Doors Open 9:30 PM/Show Time 10 PM

DIRECTIONS TO THE NUYORICAN By NYC Subway:Closest Subway Stop is "2nd Avenue" on the F Train:F Train to 2nd Avenue Station. Get out at the 1st Avenue exit and walk east to Avenue B. This is the closest subway train stop, since you'll be getting out on East Houston Street, which is already below 14 Street, and you'll be getting out on 1st Avenue, which is pretty far east.R Train to 8th Street Station. This is a bit of a walk but you're in the neighborhood. You'll end up on Broadway and West 8th Street when you get out of the train. Walk east to Avenue B, then over to East 3rd Street.4 or 5 Train to 14 Street Station. Walk east to Avenue B, then walk over to East 3rd Street.6 Train to Astor Place Station. Same directions as above, only you'll be about 6 blocks closer.You can take any train to the West 4th Street Station, but we recommend that you switch to the F Train at that point and take it to the Second Avenue Station. West 4th Street Station is way west of the cafe, but it IS a downtown stop and in the vicinity. If you must go this route, it's a beautiful (but long) walk on a summer's night. Find East 3rd Street when you exit the train, and just keep walking east .....(like 8 avenues).If you come by car, the fastest way is via the FDR drive, since we're on the east side of Manhattan. The exit is Houston Street. You've got to make a right from Houston Street