No. 118 (essentialsaltes) wrote,
No. 118

After serving Los Angeles for 35 years, Rhino Records' Westwood store is closing its doors.
Aron's Records, a Hollywood institution for 40 years, is also going out of business.

First, the bookstores vanished, now the music stores. TV maybe killed the former, and the internet maybe killed the latter. I suppose people grew sad and nostalgic when livery stables and buggy shops went out of business, too.
Tags: blog, music, news

  • The Puzzle Universe, City of Stairs, games

    The Puzzle Universe purports to be a History of Mathematics in 315 puzzles. While that's not wholly inaccurate, it's more of an exercise in…

  • Polyphemus, by Michael Shea

    Polyphemus is a collection of horror-tending to sf, or sf tending to horror stories, with one Nifft the Lean tale thrown in. I wasn't a fan of the…

  • The Raven Tower ; Forever Azathoth

    The Raven Tower is another fine work by Ann Leckie. Her first fantasy novel is quite a departure from... from anything, really. At least half the…

  • Post a new comment


    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded