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This cozy spot in Maplewood's arts district features theater-style seating and an elevated stage where the crème de la crème of traditional music perform regularly. The Focal Point primarily offers grass-fed pure folk, as well as the time-honored sounds of Celtic, Cajun, blues and Americana. You won't hear traditional Spanish canciones, but the Focal Point is Siamese twins with Maya Cafe, so you don't have even have to leave the building to enjoy dinner and a show.
Poetry readings sponsored by the St. Louis Poetry Center.
Watch local poets compete for cash prizes against St. Louis' best SLAM poets.
Five poets get three minutes to perform their best work for prizes.
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