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  • Frame & Art Shop
    "You name it, we frame it,"?Frame & Art Shop's website states. Whether visitors are seeking a simple black metal frame or a lavish gold museum frame, the store has more than 2,000 picture-frame mouldings in stock. Its inventory also includes hundreds of mats, and the store offers six types of glazing. Cindy Jones Stasiewicz opened the shop in 1983, but moved it to its current location in 1997. This location features a large custom framing room next to the gallery, which allows Frame & Art Shop's staff to do all of its work onsite, ensuring each piece remains protected.
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    3027 Capital Blvd.
    Raleigh, NC US
  • Midas Fabric & Blinds
    Despite the name, Midas Fabric & Blinds was founded in part to give people an option other than gold. According to founder Laura Milgrim, "40 years ago, the public didn't have a choice when it came to fabric. Furniture was upholstered in harvest gold and avocado green, and whatever fabric was on the piece of furniture you bought was what you were stuck with." So at their retail store, the fashionable fabric-weavers can help upgrade furniture according to their clients' specifications.
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    7912 Glenwood Ave
    Raleigh, NC US
  • Edible Arrangements
    Edible Arrangements' fresh-fruit bouquets merge the beauty of a floral display with Mother Nature's most delicious candy. At more than 1,000 stores across the globe, fruit florists carve pineapples into flower forms, hand dip bananas into semisweet and white chocolate, and swathe Albion strawberries—sweeter and darker than regular strawberries—in coats of coconut and almonds. Then, they arrange the morsels into eye-catching displays to fill mugs and vases or line decorative gift boxes. Patrons can find an arrangement for nearly any occasion, whether they want to honor Mother's Day, sweeten an anniversary, or send condolences after the death of a friend's pet rock. Customers can shop online and opt for delivery or pick up finished displays at a storefront location.

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    6675 Falls Of Neuse Rd
    Raleigh, NC US
  • Midtown Olive Press
    Midtown Olive Press stocks a wall-to-wall assemblage of olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars. Sample a recommended EVOO and vinegar pairing or concoct your own fresh blend at the full tasting bar, where take-home selections are bottled and corked to order. Hints of green grass, herbs, and robust pepper resonate in the organic picual oil, which, like a boiling egg's final scream, pleasantly harmonizes with the sound of sauce making or sautéing ($10.50–$28.99). Tunisian blood oranges are fused with chetoui and chemlali olives to create an oil that soothes shy seafood and chicken ($11–$29.99). Traditional 18-year balsamic vinegar from Modena, Italy, couples well with sweet flavors ($10–$26.99), while pomegranate balsamic melds sweet and tangy tastes to distinctly accent lamb and duck ($10–$26.99). Midtown also features imported pastas, sauces, stuffed olives, and EVOO- and balsamic-infused chocolates.
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    4421 Six Forks Road
    Raleigh, NC US
  • Frame Warehouse
    Frame Warehouse creates professional, custom picture frames that are designed to protect all kinds of artistic creations and memorabilia while complementing their natural charms. Customers can choose from hundreds of ready-made mats and frames that translate into thousands of frame permutations (tabletop frames average $7–$10), or they can opt for a custom design clipped from the crafty corners of their own minds. All framing products are of the highest quality—barrier papers, dust covers, acid-free products, and five kinds of UV-resistant glasses combine to permanently preserve your masterful fingerpainting from fifth grade or your collection of two-dimensional cross-sections sliced out of the world’s skyscrapers. Prices vary widely depending on how the customer navigates the flowchart from frame size to final product, but most jerseys can be framed for less than $200, diplomas for as low as $75, and posters for under $100.
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    9650 Strickland Rd
    Raleigh, NC US
  • Red Hill General Store
    Red Hill General Store's 4,200-square-foot showroom boasts an extensive and eclectic selection of items ranging from sodas and snacks to garden tools and quality apparel. In the housewares section, visitors can peruse everything from turkey frying kits ($73.99) to playful decorations for hanging on the dog. The lawn and garden aisle presents shoppers with a delightful outdoor thermometer ($8.99+), galvanized pail and colored buckets ($.79+), and enough beans in bulk, from yellow and black eyed to pinto and garbanzo ($2.49/lb), to get green thumbs excited about huge springtime beanstalks. The store also spreads out a selection of apparel, with brand-name items from Carhartt, OshKosh B'Gosh, and Columbia to keep bodies clad.
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    1141 Falls River Avenue
    Raleigh, NC US

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