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March 9, 2014 12:00 AM

Richard Hyatt: Living as happy as a $20 dog

Allen Levi's father made sacrifices to get him through law school, so he didn't know what the old man would say when he broke the news that he was forsaking justice for a career as a singer-songwriter who tells simple stories about $20 dogs romping on thousand-dollar rugs and one-eyed birds that survive this obstacle course called life.

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