2640 is a community events center managed by the Red Emma's Bookstore collective and located in St. John's Church
Ian Nagoski hosts a listening session and talk.
Our favorite card-carrying union-busting-busting anarcho-commie pinko collective wealth redistributing coffee shop Red Emma’s hosts record producer, music researcher, and occasional City Paper contributor Ian Nagoski tonight for an evening of 78-rpm records you’ve never heard, from all over the world, explained and expounded upon with an ear toward the global connections. These are not your grandparents’ scratchy old 78s, but they might be your great-great grandparents’ records, or older still, and we’re ready to be delighted and educated. (Joe MacStylus)
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