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Tell Us About Your Favorite Memories At The Midway Cafe In Boston's Jamaica Plain

The stage at the Midway Cafe in Boston's Jamaica Plain. (Hadley Green for WBUR)
The stage at the Midway Cafe in Boston's Jamaica Plain. (Hadley Green for WBUR)
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July 28, 2017 Update:

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The Midway Cafe in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood opened back in the summer of 1987 — and the independently-owned neighborhood joint has no intention of slowing down.

As the dive club celebrates its 30th anniversary, we want to hear your memories — whether you lived in the neighborhood when the Midway opened, saw your first live concert there in the '90s or went to "Queeraoke" there for the first time last month.

Let us know what your best memories are in the module below. We'll follow up with you and publish our favorite stories.

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