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How ‘Weird’ Became The Term Of Civic Pride In Hipster Cities

“About 15 years ago, an independent bookseller in Texas went to battle against the specter of mega-bookstore invasion. His weapon of choice was something a purveyor of books knew best: a word. And the word was weird.”
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