Bobby speaks on location, at a quaint coffee shop called Elsewhere Espresso, with Aliah Rosenthal, poet, musician and talent-agent, about life growing up on the mean streets of the East Village, an area once generally considered to be the epicenter of the counterculture in New York City -- home to a vast array of artists and bohemians -- the Beatniks arose from this neighborhood, Allen Ginsberg, Aliah's godfather and the father of "the beat generation" was just one of its famous residents, Punk Rock emerged from its slums, etc.