Park-Lit Kicks Off Friday the 13th: Barbara Fillon, Rick Rofihe, Bryan Charles, Tony Antoniadis, Ennis Smith, Thomas Beller.

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06/11/1998

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Park-Lit kicks off Friday the 13th.

HOWEVER! This THURSDAY, June 12th, 8pm, please join us for the Neighborhood Reading Series, at Happy Ending.

This month, neighborhood writers Julie Metz and Patrick Gallagher will read from their work. Come enjoy a cool beverage with us at Happy Ending, 302 Broome St., on the Lower East Side, between Forsyth and Eldridge. (212) 334-9676.

On FRIDAY, June 13th, 6:30pm:

Please join us in kicking off the 2008 season with an Open City-Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood extravaganza at the southern end of Washington Square Park, opposite Laguardia Place.»

This summer will be the fourth season of Park-Lit, the revolving reading series featuring a variety of New York's literary magazines and organizations, in pocket parks around the city. <> Featured readers are:

Barbara Fillon Bryan Charles Rick Rofihe Tony Antoniadis Ennis Smith Thomas Beller

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