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Bromo Tower

Located in Downtown West, the Bromo Tower district is a gathering place for professional and independent theaters, as well as cutting-edge art galleries and performance spaces.

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History Lesson:

The Read’s Drug Store at Lexington and Howard streets was the site of one of the country’s first anti-segregation sit-ins. Morgan State University students and others conducted a peaceful demonstration in 1955 that led to the official desegregation of the store two days later.

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