Vox Pop, the previously victimized lefty coffee house in Ditmas Park, was shut down Tuesday for non-payment of back taxes. At the time, the state was demanding $56,000 to remove the locks from Vox Pop's door, but CEO and general manager Debi Ryan tells the Village Voice, "I've been able to negotiate." Now the Man has agreed to let Ryan reopen for $10,000, but that's still beyond her reach. So she's selling "shares" in Vox Pop for $40; with your share you get a copy of the recently published Vox Pop book, which details the cafe's five-year history. Plus free coffee refills!
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