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Once a musician's haven, the Bronx is pricing out its sidemen

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 05:50

"With the challenge of finding affordable housing, we also find ourselves in a borough that is changing", says Valerie Capers (above).

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THERE was once a time when the streets of the South Bronx nurtured genres of music that went on to influence American - if not global - culture. From the jazz clubs along Prospect Avenue to the doo-wop groups that formed at Morris High School in the 1950s to the salsa bands that

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