Remember that big CD price-fixing scandal a few years ago? Remember how the major labels agreed to divide up a cash settlement among everyone who'd hand over their Social Security numbers? If you were one of those people, you probably got your check for $13.86 last week. That's enough to prop up your favorite struggling record store by buying a used or budget-line CD. It's too late to go to Park Slope's Holy Cow, which recently shut its doors, but there's always Midnight Records, which is closing this Saturday after 20 years in Chelsea, or Tower Records, which filed for Chapter 11 protection a couple of weeks ago. (Except it turns out Tower's not in serious danger: All their bankruptcy really means for consumers is that a few West Coast stores might close, and the family of founder Russ Solomon will own 15 percent of the company... More >>>