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Brand New Bag: TV killed the video store



Sometimes I feel like life has become too organized. Instead of happenstance, our preferences are dictated by algorithms. Where once we discovered, we are now dictated to. Did you listen to a little Lou Rawls? Here’s a list of mid-tempo R&B that might interest you. Did you recently purchase a n...

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  1. I wholeheartedly agree with the windows suggestion. At best, downtown shop windows – the ones that aren’t boarded up – look pretty dismal. Brightening those up creatively could spark an amazing transformation. Considering there are at least two pretty good marketing companies HQ’d on Broad, perhaps they could lead the way.

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