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Will the building be shuttered altogether or are they just losing their 501(3) status?

If it's the latter, I'm not at all surprised....they've profited from acting as a concert venue for many years, and eschewed non-profit enterprises ( e.g.; refusing to continue with LLC Classical Theatre in February of 2000.)

What's the scoop, o ye with ears to the ground?

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Let's just say this is an excerpt from the GRBJ: ;)

After more than 120 years of operation, the Ladies Literary Club will soon cease to exist. Club President Nancy Wright verified that the club, which began in 1870 and was officially organized in 1882, will soon be dissolved, and that its Sheldon Street building is up for sale. She said that the club will announce further information on its demise once the details are worked out.

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Thanks, gr3/dad!

Ok, even if it's only rumor, the aquistion of the building by UICA would be just the exorcism that fusty old place needs. I sure hope it comes true.

fusty?... think you missed the "R" key zen :whistling:

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from AllWords.com:

"fusty

adj fustier, fustiest

1. Stale-smelling; old and musty.

Thesaurus: musty, stuffy, stale, dank, damp, rank, mouldy, close, mildewy, mildewed, mouldering; Antonym: airy.

2. Old-fashioned.

Thesaurus: old-fashioned, outdated, out-of-date, pass

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from AllWords.com:

"fusty

adj fustier, fustiest

1. Stale-smelling; old and musty.

Thesaurus: musty, stuffy, stale, dank, damp, rank, mouldy, close, mildewy, mildewed, mouldering; Antonym: airy.

2. Old-fashioned.

Thesaurus: old-fashioned, outdated, out-of-date, pass

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from AllWords.com:

"fusty

adj fustier, fustiest

1. Stale-smelling; old and musty.

Thesaurus: musty, stuffy, stale, dank, damp, rank, mouldy, close, mildewy, mildewed, mouldering; Antonym: airy.

2. Old-fashioned.

Thesaurus: old-fashioned, outdated, out-of-date, pass

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