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Russia and Revolution at KGB Bar

If you haven’t yet made plans for where to celebrate the centennial of the 1917 Russian Revolution, consider KGB. During the Cold War, this second-floor barroom was the headquarters of Little Ukraine’s own semi-secret Socialist club. “The F.B.I. used to watch the comings and goings from an apartment across the street,” Dan Christian, the longtime barkeep, said on a recent evening, as patrons made their way in for the evening’s literary event (there’s one nearly every night). One of the readers, Liza Featherstone, an advice columnist for The Nation, arrived with her husband, the economics journalist Doug Henwood. They’d been …read more

Source: The New Yorker

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