All Virgin Megastores in US to close by summer

Mar 03, 2009 By RYAN NAKASHIMA , AP Business Writer
Elvis Presley and Marylin Monroe impersonators pose for photos with tourists outside the Virgin Megastore in Los Angeles on Tuesday, March 3, 2009. After nearly two decades of rocking the music world with a mix of brash stunts and splashy CD releases, the remaining six Virgin Megastores in the United States will shut their doors this summer in another blow to recorded music. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

(AP) -- After nearly two decades of rocking the music world with a mix of brash stunts and splashy CD releases, the remaining six Virgin Megastores in the United States will shut their doors this summer in another blow to recorded music.



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