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DOING STRANGELY FINE

Today, nearly half of all residents of US cities live in a middle neighborhood. It's not a place where real estate is hot, where prices skyrocket and cause displacement. Nor is it a place in distress, overwhelmed by vacancy and neglect. But they're also starting to disappear.
HEART OF ROCK AND ROLL NOT IN CLEVELAND

No one makes money in music anymore. In a time when the song of the summer can be yours on repeat for 99 cents and an entire album saved to your record cabinet in the cloud for just a few bucks more, the chorus is as familiar as the latest Beyonce tune in most of the United States. But in Nashville, a different trend has taken shape, one that has the city thriving and creative industries booming.
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