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The Triumphant Return of Cabaret Voltage


It's been a bit since the local collective of authors, poets, spoken word performers, musicians and other creative minds came together onstage to broadcast their work/thoughts. You can catch the latest installment of Cabaret Voltage tonight at Nobrow (350 E. Broadway). Featured artists include occasional CW contributor Curtis Jensen, c.a. leibow, Elle and his cello, and possibly Repo.