Thursday, October 14, 2021

Category: Shopping

A 30-Acre Shopping Center In Lansing May Get New Life Soon

Isn’t it great when new businesses and buildings get built and remodeled in Mid-Michigan?  I have written about many old buildings here in the area that are being built and refurbished, and some turning into new apartments. For Instance Lansing’s West Junior High.

I live in Downtown Lansing and looking at old pictures and talking to folks who have lived here, it is amazing the way they have and are building it all up. I am in a new building and it’s beautiful. I love it.

Lansing Mall May Be Getting New Life Soon

Well, here is another great story

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31 of the best places for vintage and thrift shopping in Pittsburgh

The heyday of thrifting — and scoring great clothes for super-low prices at vintage shops — was supposed to be over, due to the rise of internet shopping sites like Etsy and eBay.

But nobody told Pittsburgh. There are more vintage shops now in Pittsburgh than ever before. (The prices, well … they’re not as cheap as the old days).

Of course, checking out the vintage/used clothing shops for the first time in a while was a bit of a shock — I’m still not over the fact that the ’80s, ’90s even the 2000s have become “vintage.”

For this

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Hy-Vee shapes up shopping with fitness gear shops

Next week, Hy-Vee plans to debut a fitness equipment “store within a store” concept under a new partnership with Johnson Fitness & Wellness.

Plans call for Hy-Vee to unveil its first Johnson Fitness & Wellness showroom on Sept. 14 as part of the opening of the Midwestern grocer’s new 93,000-square-foot store in Grimes, Iowa. The food and drug chain said Wednesday that several more of the in-store fitness shops are scheduled to open by the end of 2021 under a rollout to selected locations across its eight-state market area.

The Johnson Fitness

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I Shop Online For A Living & These Are The 8 Things I’m Buying In September

I’m not trying to brag too much here, but I’m pretty certain that I have one of the coolest, most enviable jobs around. Reason being? I scour the internet for the best shopping deals and coolest trends every day, and get to test out so many amazing new clothing pieces, beauty products, and home goods. I’ve been a shopping writer and editor for a few years now, and have developed a knack for determining which products are worth every penny, and which ones are better left in the virtual cart.

This month is all about stepping into the fall comfortably.

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This Is the Least Trusted Major Online Shopping Site

Online shopping has been a part of most of our lives for years at this point, but even for those who prefer to do things the old-fashioned way and browse products in person, the COVID-19 pandemic made online shopping essential to get everything from groceries to exercise equipment. Not all online marketplaces are created equal, however—at least that’s what a recent Axios Harris poll suggests. And that’s where we turned to find out the least trusted online shopping site.

The Axios Harris Poll 100, based on an annual survey of 42,935 Americans, ranks the biggest brands in the U.S. using

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Prairie Village greenlights preliminary Meadowbrook Shopping Center redevelopment

The city of Prairie Village on Tuesday evening approved a preliminary redevelopment plan for Meadowbrook Shopping Center, 5300 W. 95th Street.

Meadowbrook Shopping Center
The shopping center redevelopment plan includes facade updates and a new two-story day care center. Above, the shopping center as it currently looks.

A new two-story, 14,000-square-foot day care center, an adjacent playground and facade updates are all in the plans for the shopping center redevelopment, which sits on the extreme southwest corner of Prairie Village’s city limits, adjacent to Overland Park.

Eric Gonsher, a representative for Kansas City-based developer R.H. Johnson Company, said the project is important,

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