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Old City, Fringe's BFF
Posted on Thu, Sep 04, 2014
Before FringeArts president Nick Stuccio says a word about his $7 million HQ/theater/bistro, his annual citywide festival, or his return to the area where the Fringe made its bones, allow him a misty reminiscence about the old days - 17 years ago, before the condo craze, when Old City was a bunch of empty warehouses, cheap punk bars, and studio/galleries with a smattering of newly opening lounges from interlopers like Stephen Starr.
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