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  • Sweet Rocket 99 Vintage
    On-line vintage store with monthly studio trunk shows and pop up shops in Bay Area and Los Angeles. We do personal shopping, wardrobe styling and costuming for film and television.
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    595 Merritt Avenue
    Oakland, CA US
  • Montclair Toyhouse
    Family owned since 1969, Montclair Toyhouse has served Oakland and Piedmont area families for over 40 years. The owners have searched for the best toys available from the domestic and international toy markets and currently offer over 8,000 top quality, educational and creative play products.
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    6115 La Salle Ave
    Oakland, CA US
  • Oakland Flower Market
    With roots that stretch back to 1927, the Oakland Flower Market stretches across 10,000 sq. feet, with one-third dedicated to the floral department, and houses three walk-in coolers that store aesthetically pleasing ground-sprouts imported from countries as far reaching as the Netherlands, Thailand, and Australia. The large coolers keep floral varieties such as lilies and tulips (market price) from breaking a sweat. Patrons may also take home a phalaenopsis orchid ($15.99+) or cymbidium orchid plant ($29.99) to add an exotic flair to dull living rooms or drab ovens.
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    821 Jefferson St
    Oakland, CA US
  • Sitcom Outlet Store
    A top supplier of high-quality home furnishings since 1991, Sitcom Furniture's outlet store keeps your dwelling's d?cor stylish and eclectic with a massive array of discontinued items still in their original packaging. Give your favorite coffee table book a luxurious lectern with the Ella coffee table ($99 for table and base), or holster your bottomside in a Rae 25" stool white chair ($99). The Audrey rectangular mirror?Java Fa ($99) broadcasts a crystal-clear, high-definition image of your face, allowing you to check your teeth for food without the aid of a court artist, and accessories such as a dark orange Baden large floor vase ($70) will add a splash of color to your home. You can also apply the value of your Groupon toward bigger-ticket items, such as beds, armoires, sofas, and desks.
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    850 42nd Avenue
    Oakland, CA US
  • USS Potomac
    Most presidents don't have yachts these days. Perhaps they're content with schooners, Air Force Ones, and secret teleporters. But Franklin Delano Roosevelt had a yacht that he treasured to his dying day. The USS Potomac isn't the type of seacraft that ferries playboys sipping mimosas and listening to Hall and Oates. It's a former Coast Guard cutter Electra boasting 416 tons of inertia designed for up to 30 knots of cruising speed; it's intended for authoritarian command. When the Squire of Hyde Park held the reins, the 165-foot vessel played host to political meetings, the very first visit of the British monarchy, and fishing trips, and it even served as a decoy while FDR and Churchill crafted the Atlantic Charter between games of Marco Polo. But when he passed, his sweet ship suffered decades of neglect. Thanks to Elvis Presley, and his mother's fondness of FDR, the ship was rescued and given to Danny Thomas as a fund raiser for St. Jude's Hospital. From good works to bad...the Potomac wound up busted by the DEA for running drugs between Mexico and San Francisco Bay, and it was impounded at Treasure Island where she sank. Later the Potomac, in gnarly condition, sat on the Oakland Estuary mud flats for 12 more years. Rotting and rusted the once "Queen of the Potomac" was finally rescued and restored between 1983 and 1995. Now docked at Jack London Square where landlubbers savor dockside tours, the floating testament to the New Deal maker also departs on chartered cruises and history tours. The expert docents give the full dossier on the FDR, his buoyant baby, and the history of San Francisco Bay as tour-goers soak in the sights and high seas.
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    540 Water St.
    Oakland, CA US
  • A La Folie
    Knowledgeable staffers handpick every boudoir accouterment at A la Folie, from fine European lingerie and artisan jewelry to comfy loungewear, with an eye toward choosing pieces that will best accentuate their clients' beauty. The team at A la Folie helps fit clients with the ideal bra, from strapless and backless items to supportive designs that accentuate plunging necklines. Guests can also freely browse the shop's stock of wares from designer brands such as Valery Prestige and Christine Vancouver, named for the woman who constructed a giant supportive bra to stop a famous Canadian bridge from collapsing. Along with bras, A la Folie's intimate apparel includes camisoles, slips, and hosiery, while its other aesthetically appealing apparel range from one- and two-piece swimsuits to loungewear such as masks and backless gowns that ease wearers into deep, stylish slumbers.
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    211 40th Street Way Unit #1
    Oakland, CA US

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