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This cavernous space, located in a former kung fu theater in Chinatown, might just be the city's most dynamic arts venue. A volunteer organization, Human Resources takes its inspiration from the city, and organizes everything from readings to music to, of course, art exhibitions. In order to get the most up-to-date information about this eastside venue, be sure to “like” them on Facebook.

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    This cavernous space, located in a former kung fu theater in Chinatown, might just be the city's most dynamic arts venue, with its unpredictable mix of art exhibitions, performance events, film screenings, concerts and readings.

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