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VHS will never die. Here are the locals who are keeping the format alive

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Adam Haug, left, and Brenton Gomez, 31, who goes by Conny Franko, posing in front of Haug's VHS tape collection. They make up the Omaha group M34N STR33T and release their albums on VHS. 

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The Omaha group M34N STR33T releases its albums on VHS. 

Last Stop Record Shop

A VHS copy of "Last Stop Record Shop," the new film from Council Bluffs-based filmmaker George Doll.

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Adam Haug likes to spool-swap, move the tape from one cassette to a more uniquely colored other. "Leprechaun in the Hood" will soon get moved to that green tape.

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From Bell's collection.

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Adam Haug with a copy of "Halloween."

Tales from the QuadeaD

The world's most valuable VHS title.

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