Well, look what’s back on a street corner in NYC.

Before there was a Starbucks on every corner…there was a Barnes & Noble on every corner. The ubiquitous bookstore was not only a bookstore.  You could get coffee, get a gift for a friend’s bday (on your way to said friend’s bday party because the stores were open late), and you could even get a girl’s number (it was quite the …

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How we could get rid of Ticket Service Fees.

Here’s a way to get rid of ticketing service fees. Unless you’ve been buried under a rock under another rock used for the bottom of a rock foundation, then you know these two seemingly unrelated facts: There are more secondary market ticket brokers reaching more ticket buyers than ever before. All ticket buyers hate paying service fees. …

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