Buck Owens has been gone for more than a decade, but his namesake street, Buck Owens Boulevard, lives on ... and it's growing. Following Buck's lead when he opened the Crystal Palace dinner club, a half dozen new businesses have opened on Buck Owens Boulevard, where they're rubbing elbows with their more established neighbors . How are the two cultures meshing? I'll tell you this Sunday in the latest installment on Bakersfield neighborhoods, Where We Live.

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