Long-running spoken word night Speakeasy returns with a new night, a new host and a new location

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Former Speakeasy host Tod Caviness - MICHAEL GAVIN
  • Michael Gavin
  • Former Speakeasy host Tod Caviness
Orlando’s former longest-running spoken word night, Speakeasy, returns with a new night (first Wednesdays), a new home and a new host, Trevor Fraser. The format is open to all forms of writing, and the mood is best when boozy. Get there early to sign up and pregame.

8 p.m. Wednesday; The Nook on Robinson, 2432 E. Robinson St.; free;
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