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How A Small Appalachian Town Made Itself Into An Arts Destination - By Raising Its Taxes

"City officials [in Berea, Kentucky] count 40 galleries in total, and three new restaurants and a gallery-cafe have opened in the past two years - not a bad showing of entrepreneurship in a city of fewer than 20,000 people.... But it wasn't always like this." Ivy Brashear reports on how it got to be […]
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