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BNote's success is BNotable

Just read the article by Steve Kilar about Baltimore's local currency, the BNote ("Baltimore's local currency, the BNote, is 2 years old," May 7).

This is such a great idea. I'm headed out to find some BNotes, have dinner at Cafe Hon and then head up to Liam Flynn's Ale House for a couple of Bohs.

Jack Arnold, Middle River

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