Immortal Piano turns out to be an aspirational name

I always enjoyed the cheerful 50s-style neon of the sign, as well as the fact that this was a place where I could always go and purchase a piano.  But alas, the Immortal Piano is no more.  I’m part of the problem, what with my digital keyboard and all.

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  1. I wonder when I see stores like this, how they stay in business. I always think, “Are there that many people buying pianos these days?” I wonder the same thing about vacuum stores, “Do people really buy expensive vacuums that need to be serviced?” Personally, I buy cheapo vacuums that I simply toss when they stop working (not that this is a consistent problem; I’ve had the same cheap vacuum for like six years).

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