Taylor's Pawn has been closed for something like 2 years.
Bits of Lace. WORST customer service ever! Don't buy a gift here. They won't take anything back. Not even the next day, still wrapped in their tissue, with the tags on. Oh yes, and the owner is extremely rude.
Stepping into Read Bros. is a little like stepping back in time, but way worth the effort.
I've been cooking Thanksgiving dinners for more than 35 years and this is the best advice I've ever read about it. Great job!
I was always curious about Read Bros but never stopped by because from the outside it looks to be out of business. Good to know, needs to spruce up the exterior a bit though. He's losing business.
How many people are aware that there is a high-end audio store on the corner of King and Spring? Read Brothers Stereo has amazing gear for people who are ready to graduate from iPod docks and "home theater in a box". Mr. Read provides friendly personal service while supporting the local downtown art and music scene. I've always enjoyed just dropping in for chats when I'm in the area, and checking out the latest stereo gear. Don't shop at a big-box electronics retailer, buy local from a business that has been on King St. for 100 years! 1912-2012.
What about Bluestein's? According to the date on the building, it's been there since the turn of the last century.
I am boycotting "Black Friday" I have already begun my Christmas crafts and gifts at Earth Art Pottery and Sweet Gourmet in the South Windmere Shopping center. I plan to only buy local this holiday season and with so many amazing local vendors it is completely possible!
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