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The store showcases the Stella Carakasi’s lifestyle clothing, hosts trunk shows and sample sales, as well as community events.

Both a record label and a brick-and-mortar record store, 1-2-3-4 Go! carries everything from punk and hardcore to country and soul stuff, hosts shows regularly, and has what's probably the only publicly operating vintage photo booth in the East Bay.

The Berkeley retail location for the Californian-based manufacturer of eco-friendly vegan/vegetarian skincare products and cosmetics.

Acme isn't a large instrument shop, but what it lacks in inventory it more than makes up for in its personable owners, who have been known to ask customers their name, the name of their band, and what type of gear they have. Prices are reasonable, and they also offer private lessons.

With more than 800 dealer booths, this is the place to find items like Tiffany lamps, old paintings, ancient furniture, and all sorts of otherwise unique and weird antiques.

Carries a variety of metaphysical and holistic health books, as well as crystals, candles, incense, jewelry, and more, and also hosts occasional tarot and other readings.

The store specializes in books about social movements, modern literature, children's books, and military history, but also stocks more general titles.

In addition to selling a wide selection of titles, the store's Alameda locale hosts weekly book clubs and readings by authors.

The sales office for the Cazadero-based retreat center offers a selection of texts on Tibetan Buddhism.

The independent bookstore sells a mix of classic and unconventional titles and hosts regular author readings.

The "optical boutique" supplies quality eyewear for children and adults, and makes custom lenses on site.

This isn’t your grimy, subterranean sex store; whether you’re looking for some devilish handcuffs, a discreet vibrator, or some trucker erotica, you can browse and feel an almost lofty exaltation about the place.

Harper Greer designs a line of locally designed and produced clothing for "curvy girls," as well as accessories and other locally made items.

The store specializes in natural and holistic products for cats and dogs, and carries items like hormone-free raw food and herbal and glandular supplements.

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