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April 10, 2007
Miss Eula’s stays unique

It doesn't look like anything special, tucked in the Geyer's plaza near a martial arts academy, a laundromat and a pharmacy.And Miss Eula won't actually greet you when you walk into Miss Eula's Cupboard, but... more »

April 10, 2007
A Change on Main: Tollett

Tollett's Gifts, a fixture on Nashville Main Street for over half a century, is changing hands but the new owners vow to continue the legacy of excellent customer service established by the former owners.Dale and... more »

April 9, 2007
Passion for Him: An Inspirational Jewelry Collection for Spiritual Women

Minneapolis, MN - Noted jewelry artist Barbara Ray signs with Passion 4 Fashion, the jewelry division of Coyne's & Company as their newest addition. Ray who is widely celebrated as a gifted creator of inspirational... more »

April 9, 2007
Spring spending: Retailers see Easter boon

Local shoppers spend more money on food during Christmas than any other week of the year. But Easter is a close second. Easter, according to Al Blackburn, director of Cadillac's Meijer Store, is the second... more »

April 9, 2007
Webkinz toys top lists for kids around country

Life's never been sweeter for a hound dog. In a parallel, online universe, floppy-eared canines - along with cats, monkeys and other critters - soak in hot tubs, lounge about in pink tutus, dine on... more »

April 9, 2007
On the cutting edge; Foster makes living with metal art

When Palestine resident Tony Foster left the roofing business and made his home in Anderson County, he knew he wasn't quite ready to accept all the benefits of retirement. But with more time to spend... more »

April 9, 2007
Talking Business: Love for photos leads to shop

Last fall, Kari Kosa was entering her second year of graduate school, studying history at Marylhurst University near Lake Oswego.Now, the 28-year-old mother of three is the owner of a West Longview portrait studio and... more »

April 9, 2007
Retired gift shop owner to reopen

So much for retirement.Whickerbill Contemporary Gifts, a part of downtown Colorado Springs for nearly 50 years, closed last summer. "I'm just retiring, purely and simply," owner John Eastham said then.Now Eastham, 75, is going back... more »

April 6, 2007
Bridging the Gap: Innovative Bilingual Greeting Card Company Provides the Best of Both Worlds, Sealed in an Envelope

Nos VemosTM Greetings ("See you later" Greetings) introduces a new generation of all occasion greeting cards that combines Hispanic values with American aspirations. Fresh and innovative, these greetings provide images that speak to the heart... more »

April 6, 2007
Candy store opens, pizza eatery sold

Jessica Drew likes to shop at the newly opened Reebe's Store. "I love to shop there because the prices are good, the people are nice and there is a large variety of items to choose... more »

April 6, 2007
Green Trailblazers: Turning the Sustainable Apparel World on Its Ear

According to Consumer Reports, "Nearly two-thirds of U.S. consumers bought organic foods and beverages in 2005." It's easy to see what's driving that statistic: Interest in a healthier approach to living is at an all... more »

April 5, 2007
Eye candy: the Flower Alley

It isn't by accident walking into the Flower Depot is like experiencing a feast for they eyes. The owners, Jeff and Lee Ann Bowman-Adam, recently relocated to Novi from Orlando where they grew creatively doing... more »

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