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Story Matters: Cindy Schneider watched downtown go from abandoned to booming

Cindy Schneider has been downtown since 1978, and has watched the promises of a booming city come to fruition. She says the ah-ha moment was seeing the throngs of people on the first day of ArtPrize.
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We build community when we share our stories - whether they be a memory, an experience or just simply telling what we think is great about this place. STORY MATTERS. is a story collecting project from The Rapidian and GRTV.

The Rapidian's story fort made an appearance at the "Break it Down, Make it Better" event, put on by the Avenue for the Arts and hosted by the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art on Saturday, March 1. Cindy Schneider from San Chez Bistro has been downtown since 1978, and has watched the promises of a booming city come to fruition. She says the ah-ha moment was seeing the throngs of people on the first day of ArtPrize.

 

You can see all the Story Matters videos archived at therapidian.org/placematters/story.

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