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Hole in Beatles article

I find it absolutely absurd that an article about Beatles memorabilia in The Spokane-Review (Feb. 9) does not mention Bob Gallagher, owner of 4000 Holes record store, or for that matter, feature him. Gallagher is the quintessential collector and purveyor of Beatles memorabilia in the Pacific Northwest.

Not only is the name of his store, 4000 Holes, taken from lyrics in “A Day in the Life,” he is an expert in the field and could lead any new collector in the right direction. Let’s support our local “indy” entrepreneurs, and give credit where credit is due.

Karen Semerad

Spokane


 

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