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Relocated and Alive

Toxic Ranch, following its move off Sixth Street, is still open and might even be better

When Toxic Ranch Records announced the imminent closing of its longtime retail space on Sixth Street just off Fourth Avenue last fall, owner Bill Sassenberger told the Weekly that it…

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Relocated and Alive

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