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Brooklyn record store relocates to Oak Hill

May 04, 2013 12:02 am
[caption width="550" align="aligncenter"] Brooklyn record store Dope Jams relocates to Oak Hill in Greene County next month.[/caption]Dope Jams, a Brooklyn record store that closed in January, reopens in June in Oak Hill in Greene County. Resident Advisor reports, "the shop's famously grumpy proprietors Francis Englehardt and Paul Nickerson... initially said they planned to keep Dope Jams alive solely as an online mailorder site, a recent post on their Facebook page reveals that they will open a new shop at 7811 Route 81 in Oak Hill, a small town located in upstate New York. The shop will play host to an opening party on Sunday, June 9." The store's website is already hawking $20 "Kaatskills" t-shirts. Oak Hill also hosts the annual Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival in July.