#Gift Shop

Damariscotta, MElcnme.com

Jamaican Grocery Store Issued Cease-and-Desist for Smoker

J & J Jamaican Grocery and Gift Shop was issued a cease-and-desist letter to discontinue the operation of its food smoker by Damariscotta’s Code Enforcement Officer Stanley Waltz, on Sunday, Aug. 1. The letter, which was posted on J&J’s Facebook page, says the smoker is “causing a nuisance as defined...
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Emporium, PAsmdailypress.com

Emporium gift shop offers unique mix of items

EMPORIUM - An eclectic mix of unique items can be found inside the Thinga-majig Gift Shop and Christmas Room, situated inside The Hygrade Inn in Emporium. The gift shop is full of unusual and hard to find gifts for those of all ages from children toys to candles and cocktail napkins. Owner Jim Wendel said they try to capture a broad scope of products including handmade jewelry, throwback gifts such as jacks sets, wooden puzzles that double as decor pieces, whimsical animal themed watering cans which consistently sell out and much more.
Los Angeles, CAporthole.com

Shop Around: Unique Hotel Boutiques

THE BEVERLY HILLS HOTEL SIGNATURE SHOP – Los Angeles, California. The Beverly Hills Hotel has a storied history as a magnet for movie stars and moguls. It’s also a wonderful place to shop for preppy accessories that will make you look the part. The hotel’s Signature Shop sells classic souvenirs like toys and magnets, as well as artwork and limited edition brand collaborations, like the Linus bicycle sporting the banana leaf print that adorns the hotel’s wallpaper. Plush dog beds, luxurious pink silk pajamas, and beach towels are also for sale, but the true status-symbol purchase here is the Signature umbrella, in the hotel’s iconic pink and green. (For use back home, of course, since rainy days are something of a mirage in La-La Land.)
Cowan, TNHerald Chronicle

Join in ‘The Flower Project’ Aug. 5-29

Everyone is urged to get creative in making paper flowers for The Flower Project community show Aug. 5-29 at the Artisan Depot Gallery in Cowan. Everyone, young and old, is urged to make paper flowers at home and drop them off at the Artisan Depot Gallery and Gift Shop located at 204 Cumberland St. East in Cowan starting Thursday. The project is free to join in.
coladaily.com

Gibson's gift shop in Five Points undergoes new expansion

Many businesses across the country have been forced to shut down or reduce hours of operation due to the pandemic, but one local business owner has been able to do the exact opposite. Ima Thibodeaux owns Gibson's in Five Points, the popular and longstanding gift shop that has been open...
Lifestyleshoredailynews.com

ESVA Tourism Local’s Choice Competition winners announced

The Eastern Shore of Virginia Tourism Commission is excited to announce the winners and runners up for the 2021 Eastern Shore Local’s Choice competition!. The Local’s Choice competition was developed in the wake of 2020’s hardships to boost local businesses and engage the community. As tourism has started to reopen, it has helped our visitors be able to see some of the spots that the locals love!
Hair Caresheenmagazine.com

The Black Hair Experience: Interactive Pop Up Exhibit

“Don’t touch my hair, when it’s the feelings I wear.” – Solange. Listen I don’t know about yall but I love my hair it truly is a reflection of my soul. Well, I have just experienced the most nostalgic, soul finding, magical time at the Black Hair Experience in the DMV. Yall, listen it takes you back to sitting in the kitchen while your mama was waiting for the hot comb to get hot, to all the different styles we were rocking from the ’80s to the ’90s into the ’00s. It seriously took me back down memory lane, it is an awesome exhibit that was inspired by two friends that shared the same love and appreciation of black hair and culture. Not to mention the bomb “yes I took it back to the word bomb” lol the bomb Instagram worthy photo spaces where you and your crew can show up and show out looking cute! So here is how it works you can grab your tickets online, show up with your crew 15 mins earlier, snap pics in the cutest IG spaces they have created, enjoy their hair oil lab, and last but not least buy from the cutest gift shop where you can buy the flyest things. So, if you’re looking for some fun and are in the DMV area and or the ATL please check out this exhibit. It truly is a gem that you don’t wanna miss!
Cape Charles, VAeasternshorepost.com

ESVA Tourism Commission Names Local’s Choice Award Winners

The Eastern Shore of Virginia Tourism Commission has announced the winners and runners-up for the 2021 Eastern Shore Local’s Choice competition. The Local’s Choice competition was developed in the wake of 2020’s hardships as a way to boost local businesses and engage the community. As tourism has started to reopen, it has helped visitors to see some of the spots that the locals love.
ShoppingHighsnobiety

Shop Our Top Picks from MR PORTER Supermart Here

2021 marks MR PORTER’s 10th year of life. That’s 10 years of sartorial supremacy, sharp cuts, and championing upcoming brands. Sure, in those 10 years, MR PORTER has proven itself to be the leader when it comes to classic men’s elegance, but it’s not all tradition. In fact, there’s always something new cooking at MR PORTER HQ — it’s what keeps the brand so exciting. The latest initiative is MR PORTER Supermart.
Beloit, WIx1071.com

In the 608: Beckman Mill open to tours again in Beloit

BELOIT, Wis. – The Beckman Mill is once again open to tours this month. Located about six miles west of Beloit on the grounds of the 50-acre county park, you will see an authentically restored 1868 grist mill, a new dam, mill pond, fish ladder, foot bridge, saw mill display, 1840s cooperage, visitor center, gift shop, creamery, blacksmith shop, picnic shelter, vintage garden, and nature trail.
RetailShropshire Star

Woolly jumper in charity shop finds its way into museum

A retro woolly jumper, straight from the 1980s, has found its way into the Marks and Spencer archive museum thanks to a specialist college’s charity shop. The patterned sweater with classic geometric print was donated to the Gobowen based, Derwen College’s Vintage Advantage charity shop, which opened to the public in April. The 80s relic was quickly spotted by staff who thought there might be a wider appeal on the college’s eBay shop.