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After 13 years, Lakeview record store Borderline Music has decided to close its doors on Broadway and take its collection of dance and pop records north to Andersonville. DNAinfo reports that owner Scott Jannush has decided to make the move in order to follow the gay community, which he believes has switched neighborhoods.
Although Lakeview residents will surely be sad to see the shop go, there's still time to buy something from the store's extensive Madonna collection. Right now everything storewide is marked down 50%, including vinyl and CDs, fun accessories (like phone cases with vintage Madonna photos on them!), posters and other collectables.
Borderline Music will be closing shop at the end of the month, and Jannush tells DNAinfo he hasn't found a new location yet. But the online store will remain open during the move in case you need music to vogue to.—Shelby Blitz
· Borderline Music to Leave Boystown [DNAinfo]
· Borderline Music [Official Site]