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25 years on, Lilith Fair is a reminder of how one woman's radical idea changed music

Lilith Fair brought an eclectic array of women's music to millions of fans and was the top grossing music festival of the 1990s.

Ari and TR Brooks stood on the land where their new home would be built the day they agreed to buy it back in February of 2021. But the home is still not completed and mortgage rates have risen dramatically. TR Brooks hide caption

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The pain of rising mortgage rates when you're waiting for your home to be built

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Lilith Fair founder Sarah McLachlan performs during its 2010 revival in Camden, New Jersey. Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images hide caption

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25 years on, Lilith Fair is a reminder of how one woman's radical idea changed music

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A billion here, a billion there: A new book tells the story of J. Paul Getty

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