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What's New? (Philly)

By LB

October 11, 2013 | Filed Under Blog Philly What's New?

Gourmet meltiness and some drool-worthy handmade furniture. Yes, please.

What's New? (Philly)

By LB

October 3, 2013 | Filed Under Blog Philly

Floral arrangements, a blacksmithing demo, a great new stock of vintage—and a call for gently used instruments to be donated to Philadelphia public schools.

Fan Fotos

By LB

September 30, 2013 | Filed Under Blog Fan Fotos Philly

In DC, Philly, and Brooklyn, it was a beautiful weekend for shopping vintage and hanging out with friends.

What's New? (Philly)

By LB

September 27, 2013 | Filed Under Blog Philly

A small press from Fishtown, plenty of old fashioned country decor, and some beautiful vintage pieces to decorate you—and your home.

Fan Fotos

By LB

September 23, 2013 | Filed Under Blog Fan Fotos Philly Smorgasburg

There's nothing better than celebrating the change of season out in the fresh air.

What's New? (Philly)

By LB

September 20, 2013 | Filed Under Blog Philly Uncategorized What's New?

This Sunday, shop to the sweet Brazilian sounds of Ensemble Nova whilst being romanced by European and Asian antiques—or, in other words, take a trip around the world without leaving The Piazza.

BK Philly Record Fair End-of-Summer Playlist

By LB

September 6, 2013 | Filed Under Blog Philly

Philly Record Fair vendors pick tracks from their vinyl caches that capture the change-of-season mood.

What's New? (Philly)

By LB

August 30, 2013 | Filed Under Blog Philly

$4 drink deals, candles made with love, and some Lehigh Valley youngsters who are serious about their sandwiches.

Philly Record Fair

By LB

| Filed Under Blog Philly

Vinyl+Beer+Beautiful people. Trust us. You aren't going to want to miss this.

What's New? (Philly)

By LB

August 23, 2013 | Filed Under Blog Philly What's New?

Only two more Sundays until The Brooklyn Flea Record Fair! But in the meantime, some handmade jewelry that is sure to charm—and vintage wares straight from the Jazz Age.