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(VIDEO) Radio-Active Records Reopens With Spinning Vinyl and Neighborhood Pride

Over the weekend, Fort Lauderdale's vinyl haven Radio-Active Records reopened their doors at their new location on Federal Highway.

County Grind was there with cameras rolling.

Area bands Luma Junger, Möthersky, and Little Beard rocked the small stage in the front of the store while patrons went digging through the stacks or munched on food truck tacos.

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Check out our slideshow, shot by the talented Monica McGivern, for another look at Saturday's celebration. And read Liz Tracy's review of the night.

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