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Saturday, June 17, 2006

Hippies lament closing of renowned Berkeley bookstore

"Other merchants say there has also been a demographic shift as baby boomers and free-lovers abandon the 1960's and head into their actual 60's...

"There's all kind of factors, including the extent to which the entire community has changed over the last 10 years," said Marc Weinstein, a co-owner of Amoeba Music, a store across the street from Cody's that has lost a third of its business in recent years. "I mean, you can't buy a house for less than $1 million near the university. And if you're rich, you don't want to be on Telegraph."

"In Berkley, A Store's End Clouds A Street's Future"
New York Times

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