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I have to agree that it will be a shame to loose her as she has a great product, but her current location is not the best – I am sure that if she was closer to the doors or more central to the center of the market it might have been better for her but you just never know.
Have bought similiar certificates for other places….and never had a problem….
That is just plain evil – I have to go to Dayton to get my Ulta fix now….
It must have been one of those weekends – we lost our 6 yr old cairn terrier, Brutus suddenly yesterday….and our local vet went over all the options with us as well.
Krema on Goodale – $5 for a huge PB sandwich
Yippee – that will making getting to and from my office (300 Spruce) so much more fun!!!!
I worked at Hardee’s when I was a teenager (back in Illinois) and for a fast food place, they have the best breakfast – their biscuits are hand made every morning and sooo good – I wish there were more around…..
Troeg’s Mad Elf and Founder’s Backwood’s BastardNovember 2, 2009 6:33 pm at 6:33 pm in reply to: What does it take to legally lock up a business name? #313186
depends – are you just trying to use it in the state or nationally?
There is a place on Third, over by where they are building the new Gradview Yard that is always has a sign that says fabrics for $2.50 a yard — not sure what the fabrics are, have never stopped in…October 28, 2009 7:52 pm at 7:52 pm in reply to: Empty restaurant space downtown. What should fill it? #312018
Is the place in the basement of the church at the corner of Fourth and Broad still open, cause if so they used to serve really good soft serve ice cream, and several flavors in fact….
I have always been a fan of Eyes on the Capitol in the LeVeque Tower. They have a great selection of frames and a wide variety of prices.
I also appreciate the warranty that they offer on the glasses that many other places do not offer….
Cannot say they are close to Merion Village, but Kingsdale Gyn, on Lane Avenue is great. And a great selection of doctors to choose from.
dice with fresh tomatoes, green peppers and onions, etc. add sauage (if you want) toss with olive oil, balsamic vinegar and italian seasoning and shredded parmesan cheese – bake until bubbly…..
Liz, if you are making true Chicago style Italian beef, I will be your friend forever —