Coffee, halal and salons: 6 businesses now open in Round Rock – Community Impact Newspaper

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“It was more of a family-type atmosphere because everybody kind of knew everybody,” Joe Douglas Johnson said. “Everybody was from around this area, and it was one of the few places that you could go to that was all Black.”
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Live music, lectures, date nights, exhibits, classes and dramatic readings comprise a smattering of what the gallery offers each month, but that is just one facet of what the business offers the community, Tiemann said.
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