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Housing Works Bookstore Cafe is one of downtown New York’s most vital cultural institutions, presenting an eclectic mix of events -- from readings and concerts to comedy nights and storytelling competitions – featuring many of today’s most exciting artists. The bookstore is staffed almost entirely by volunteers and 100 percent of its profits go to Housing Works, Inc., which provides housing, healthcare, job training, and advocacy for New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS. As an independent cultural center, it offers patrons a unique opportunity to join the fight against AIDS and homelessness simply by buying or donating books; eating at our cafe; coming to concerts, readings, and special events; or volunteering on our staff.

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Title: On Stage at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe #55: Everything We Can See in the Universe Glows

On Stage at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe #55: Everything We Can See in the Universe Glows

May 3rd, 2015

In this episode, we've got clips from Everything We Can See in the Universe Glows with Jynne Dilling Martin and Jonathan Meiburg, Sarah Gerard in Conversation… Go to Episode

On Stage at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe #56: Selfish, Shallow, and Set in the City

May 18th, 2015

In this episode of On Stage at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, we've got clips from our events Selfish, Shallow, and Self-Absorbed, celebrating the launch… Go to Episode

On Stage at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe #57: Dickey Memorial, PEN Literary Awards, and Saltonstall

May 31st, 2015

In this episode of On Stage at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, we've got clips from our William Dickey Memorial reading, the PEN Literary Awards, and the… Go to Episode

On Stage at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe #58: Party Like a Poet & Night School

September 7th, 2015

In this episode, we've got clips from our Party Like a Poet and Night School Events. You'll hear poetry from Rickey Laurentiis, Wendy Xu, Cate Marvin,… Go to Episode