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Founded by a local 19 year old who was born in Turkey, Tulip Hookah is a hit with young people

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Owned and operated by 19 year old Ali Yeysides, the Tulip Hookah Café has been providing the Langhorne, PA area with a taste of one of the most popular past times of the Middle Eastern world, smoking hookah. Though it has been only open for about nine months, Yeysides’ café has had a lot of…

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Slam poetry thrives in Trenton: Café International presents Ghandi’s Poetry Spot

Ghandi’s Poetry Spot (GPS) is an open-mic poetry event held at Café International on Friday nights. Café International, with its warm brick façade and floor-to-ceiling windows, is located on 241 East Front Street in the historic Mill Hill section of downtown Trenton. The café is like a combination of grandma’s house and a hip  West…

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Kelsey’s Godspell resonates more with younger crowd

The lights fade, the stage is dark. Through the shadows a voice booms “Ye snakes and vipers brew!” The lights begin to rise revealing and urban landscape. Blacktop masks the stage floor, construction equipment, trashcans and no trespassing signs complete the atmosphere. Then through the darkness comes Jesus Christ wearing a pair of American flag…

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