Oh and "Papa Smurf", get your facts right before you try to slander an establishment. EAT was the former Cafeteria, not morgue you nincompoop.
Wow. Way to act like a "community". Sounds like more white privileged-obnoxious "artists" whining about nothing. You have AFFORDABLE rent asshats, maybe you should look at what you HAVE vs. what you don't have. I am at EAT all the time, and the place is friendly, the staff are funny and nice and the owners are STELLAR, and the food is tasty and affordable. They too are trying to make a living off a restaurant, NOT EASY people, they are working 16+ hours a day. So what you have to rent the stage area, nothing is free anymore, the economy sucks, and when you have a family to support, you should be a little less selfish in your comments. Get a job, volunteer somewhere, GIVE BACK, and stop whining about a person you know NOTHING about, "conservative" are you joking? Yeah the idea was grand, and some things fell flat, so what.......you all still have AFFORDABLE housing a community garden, and all the time in the world to make your "art". I know plenty of people that would be stoked to live there. Being the child of a painter that struggled his entire life, never made a living from painting but did it full time anyway because it was his life, he never bitched about the sacrifices he made to paint, he was content in his SHED. My pops would have thought Mile Post 5 is a dream. Stop your whining, or just move so people that would truly appreciate the space can be there. I say turn it into affordable housing for homeless moms or teens.
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