The Tucson Weekly reports on a new coffee house:

The recently opened El Ojito Springs Center for Creativity and Coffeehouse serves up free-trade coffee and organic food daily. Most nights, there’s live music, poetry or an open mic. And coming soon will be plays and art exhibits at 452 S. Stone Ave.; 624-4800. The coffee house is open Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m.; closes at 1 a.m. on weekends; open Sunday from noon to 6 p.m.

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  1. Hello, how are you?? My name is Wolfs Robe aka Flute Man i am a Native American flute performer and i found out that the shop you wrote about El Ojito Coffee House has live entertainment. Can you give me there address and phone number so i can contact them about performing there?? Thank You Wolf

  2. Leevi Fox

    El Ojito Springs has moved to 340 N 4th Ave Tucson. Still a live music venue and creative and cultural center.

  3. Native America

    Dear God,
    Please spare us from offensive, outdated ridiculous stereotypes like “Native American Flute Player” that Wolfs Robe aka Flute Man and his ilk peddle. NDNZ are real, comtemporary ppl – How about some REAL, CONTEMPORARY URBAN NDN ART for a change ey?