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Week of November 5, 2007

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50 Under $50

Affordable options for holiday gifting--all available online.

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Week of October 29, 2007

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Agora

This giant former mechanics' garage is packed with antique and secondhand finds.

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Dynamite Clothing

A beloved resource for quality vintage clothing and costume jewelry from the 1970s and '80s.

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Scout — Molly's

The ability to constantly surprise is what makes this colorful, antique-decorated boutique so great: Half the stock is feminine and pretty, while the other 50 percent has a citified edge.

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Time After Time

Good vintage stores are an anomaly in the area, so when we came across this one on Chapel Hill's main drag, we figured its prime location equaled a lame selection. And yet: The first-rate medley of denim vests and plaid skirts quickly proved us absolutely wrong.

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Sid Vintage

Winning vintage spot with retro printed skirts, leather jackets, and batwing sweaters on the racks—and rock and roll on the sound system.

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Week of October 15, 2007

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Antique Tobacco Barn

The name is apt, as there are more than 70,000 square feet of antiques in this barnlike former tobacco trader's warehouse. The amount of merchandise is staggering—from church pews and cypress knot lamps to wicker end tables and old-fashioned card catalog files—and the condition of each piece is impeccable.

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Honeypot

Ever since, she has become a master sourcer of dependably stylish pieces from the '50s through the '80s, some of which she discovers on her trips across Appalachia. And she's also started stocking brand-new pieces by local designers like Ship to Shore and a ton of fabulous accessories to go with everything.

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Screen Door

A pair of screen doors—the creaky, iconic, clang-when-they-shut kind—serve as the entryway to this onetime linen factory, which is now filled with antiques, folk art, and a genius assortment of new and used books.

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Antique Tobacco Barn

The name is apt, as there are more than 70,000 square feet of antiques in this barnlike former tobacco trader's warehouse. The amount of merchandise is staggering—from church pews and cypress knot lamps to wicker end tables and old-fashioned card catalog files—and the condition of each piece is impeccable.

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Honeypot

Ever since, she has become a master sourcer of dependably stylish pieces from the '50s through the '80s, some of which she discovers on her trips across Appalachia. And she's also started stocking brand-new pieces by local designers like Ship to Shore and a ton of fabulous accessories to go with everything.

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Aspen Antiques

We can't remember the last time we saw so many gorgeous oddities, like intricately carved wooden birds and velvet couches with arms made of antlers. This kind of rustic Black Forest decor is having its moment right now, and these pieces, scooped up from castles across Germany and Austria, are wildly inspiring.

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