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Sorry, “Rentheads,” bohemia is dead. The site of the Life Cafe, the 30-year-old Alphabet City eatery that inspired the late Jonathan Larson’s musical “Rent,” is up for rent.
Amy Maiello
Amy Maiello • 2 years ago

Absolutely Tragic. Please someone in NYC be amazing and back this place financially so they don't have to close the doors.

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