Bill Clinton isn't the only person envisioning a library. Country superstar Garth Brooks, 38, may turn his Blue Rose Estate in suburban Nashville into a museum devoted to his career, reports the Associated Press. Brooks and his wife, Sandy, have lived on the $1.1 million, 20-acre site for about a decade, and though plans are only preliminary, Garth would like to see the attraction open by year's end, says his attorney. A private announcement regarding the project is due to be presented to local residents on Wednesday. Until then, one neighbor, at least, isn't singing the praises of the idea. Jae Park, who lives three doors down from the Brookses, told the AP: "We value our quiet and privacy on this dead-end street."
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