The Glover Report: WESTSIDE BUSINESS CORRIDOR: Techno-Age Corporate Decisions for Profitability Dictate Adjustments in the ‘Hood
The record store at Mondawmin, one of the the first enclosed malls in the country, has been replaced with a video game store. Clearly, a changing music technology has changed the way music is sold. Because of digital technology and consumers now having the ability to purchase music online, apparently the need for physical distribution points has lessened.
Having frequented the mall since childhood (I’m nearly 47), this is the first time I recall there ever not being a record store at this mall located in Northwest Baltimore. Read in Full >>
Philosophy of Poverty: New Census Figures Show Shifting Markers of American Want
After this study which finally has caught up to the long existing reality, we can now be rid of the utterly asinine notion that a person is not in poverty if they have a refrigerator
or a microwave.
While this is not new information to anyone who has been paying attention on the ground, it does signify a couple of things. Read in Full >>