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Never Can Say Goodbye part 2

April 19, 2012

video by Ethan H. Minsker
NY Post
A tower-ing work of art
Artists pay tribute to long gone Village record store
By Larry Getlen
Published January 17, 2010
If you’re one of the many New Yorkers with love in your heart for the old Tower Records store on Broadway and West Fourth Street, walk by this weekend for the thrill of seeing a record store at that very same site. It’s called Never Records. It’s got album covers, cassettes, posters, T-shirts and music playing in the background.
It’s also completely fake. But that shouldn’t detract from your enjoyment one bit.
That’s because Never Records is a featured installation in “Never Can Say Goodbye,” an art exhibit running at the old Tower site every Wednesday through Sunday until Feb. 13.
“Never Can Say Goodbye” was created by No Longer Empty (nolongerempty.org), an arts organization dedicated to creating exhibits in vacant storefronts that emphasize the heritage of those sites
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