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Go-go music returns to Shaw’s Metro PCS store after #DontMuteDC protests
The Go-Go music at the Metro PCS store in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington, D.C., is back playing outside on April 10. The music was muted two weeks ago after a noise complaint which led to outrage from residents and elected officials.
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