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We are a nonprofit bookstore, cafe, and event space in downtown NYC. All proceeds from every show you attend and everything you buy, down to a record and a PBR, go directly to our mission of fighting AIDS and homelessness. 126 Crosby Street, NYC

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"Therefore, I did not learn to cook, either. Instead I have become a superior dinner guest. I am wonderful to have at your side while you cook, particularly if you give me a glass of wine, and also to have sit at your table, because I will appreciate your food in a deep, emotional and highly verbal way, perhaps, in small part, because I did not get to experience that kind of cooking growing up." —Jami Attenberg via The Unlikely Chef - NYTimes.com
Remember how we had that awesome event planned for The Middlesteins  in November ‘12 and then a friggin’ hurricane shut down the bookstore and the city for a week and we had to postpone? Well, good news: Eat Your Feelings is now the paperback launch for The Middlesteins, and we’ll be telling stories of food, Jews, and your mom on Thursday, June 6.

"Therefore, I did not learn to cook, either. Instead I have become a superior dinner guest. I am wonderful to have at your side while you cook, particularly if you give me a glass of wine, and also to have sit at your table, because I will appreciate your food in a deep, emotional and highly verbal way, perhaps, in small part, because I did not get to experience that kind of cooking growing up." —Jami Attenberg via The Unlikely Chef - NYTimes.com

Remember how we had that awesome event planned for The Middlesteins  in November ‘12 and then a friggin’ hurricane shut down the bookstore and the city for a week and we had to postpone? Well, good news: Eat Your Feelings is now the paperback launch for The Middlesteins, and we’ll be telling stories of food, Jews, and your mom on Thursday, June 6.

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