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Vinyl Remains record store moving to Mt. Lebanon

Frank Carnevale
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Vinyl Remains record store is moving to a new location in Mt. Lebanon, the store announced on social media.

Vinyl Remains is moving a few miles south on Route 19 to a new location in Mt. Lebanon, the store announced on social media.

The record store, opened by Greg and Jennifer Anderson, transplants from New York City, set up shop on Glenmore Avenue in Dormont in 2017.

The Dormont location is closing on May 25 and the new location at 692 Washington Road in Mt. Lebanon is aiming to open in July. The new shop will have later hours, as well.

Greg said that the new space is in a better position to get more walk-in customers, as there is more foot traffic in that section of Lebo. And he said that there are other retail shops in the area that will help attract customers.

The shop specializes in new, old and hard-to-find records. The store also features books and artists’ work.

Frank Carnevale is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Frank via Twitter .

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