The place to go for inexpensive iterations of the latest fashions.
A vast, football-field-ish emporium of secondhand and remaindered books at discount prices, plus a selection of CDs, records, and DVDs.
An authentic working-stiff haven where you'll find Dickies, Carhartt, and Ben Davis gear for a steal.
A vintage clothing store that also hosts clothing swaps and First Friday events.
In addition to doing repairs, the bike shop sells a large selection of bicycles at a wide range of prices, along with parts, accessories, tools, books, and more.
Harper Greer designs a line of locally designed and produced clothing for "curvy girls," as well as accessories and other locally made items.
A superstore where you can pick from hundreds of styles, including a particularly vast array of dress hats.
This small, well-stocked store features home decor, office supplies, accessories, and more, much of it created from recycled/reclaimed and/or sustainable sources.
A boutique specializing in designer jeans, fancy tops, dresses, and accessories.
A Japanese import store featuring a wide variety of garden tools, bonsai supplies, hardware, kitchen materials, and more.
Bead shop that also offers classes, design advice, jewelry repair, and custom designs.
This is the spot for urban teens in search of the hottest new tennis shoes and cell-phone accessories and retail sociologists seeking out that old-school mall atmosphere.
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.
The studio specializes in old-school cabinetmakers' frames in various wood and glass designs.
Offering locally made herbal medicine, botanical inspired art, and community-centered holistic education.