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  • Opt Eyewear Boutique
    Owners Jed and Jessica Leach established Opt Eyewear Boutique in 2010, and set out to bring luxury sunglasses, frames, and lenses from all corners of the globe back to their Providence shop. Their ever-growing stock includes eyewear from renowned brand names—such as Prada, Lafont, and Ted Baker—as well as the latest styles from independent manufacturers. Most recently, they’ve shifted their focus back onto regional soil, carrying products crafted by local students and startup companies such as Arborglass. They help shoppers navigate the selection inside their newly renovated store, decorated with sleek wood floors and mod white furnishings that recall boutiques found sprinkled across London and the inside of Martha Stewart’s mind.
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    138 Wayland Avenue
    Providence, RI US
  • Jerry's Artarama Providence
    Since 1968, Jerry’s Artarama has stocked shelves with multitudes of tools and supplies and helped artists show off finished work with custom framing. The comprehensive inventory fulfills artists’ every need, featuring everything from acid-free blank stretched canvases to Lukas oil colors, which have been transmitting images to paper since 1862. Although prices vary depending on matting and glass choices, a custom frame can protect and showcase a diploma, favorite 8”x10,” or beloved box of cereal.
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    14 Imperial Place
    Providence, RI US
  • Providence Business News
    Recently awarded first place for general excellence in the New England Newspaper & Press Association's Better Newspaper Contest, Providence Business News continues to serve New England as a primary source for all business-related news. The writers of Providence Business News present the most important regional news on energy, real estate, health care, and more. Readers can stimulate intellects by perusing an editorial on immigration reform in the opinion section, read up on the area's burgeoning business in the "Best Places to Work" special section, or simply get a look at movers and shakers with the paper's high-res photos. The six-month subscription includes delivery to your home or office every Monday, ensuring a sense of purpose for your newspaper-fetching puppy or, as is more commonly found in offices, newspaper-nabbing ferret. Subscribers will also have round-the-clock access to everything on PBN.com, including all archives and premium content, and the paper is now available on the iPhone as well.
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    400 Westminster Street
    Providence, RI US
  • Domaine Factory Outlet
    Welcome to Domaine Ltd. For more than fourteen years Domaine Ltd. has been providing quality fashion jewelry to the retail and catalog industry. We have a number of quality suppliers that we have been doing business with for many years and have formed very strong relationships with them.
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    18 Imperial Pl
    Providence, RI US
  • Cellar Stories Book Store
    Cellar Stories has been collecting tomes, titles, and vintage collectables for more than 26 years and is currently stocked with more than 70,000 books. Newer titles peacefully co-exist with gently used books in Cellar Stories' paper paradise, including leather-bound classics such as The Sound and the Fury ($20), pulp paperbacks such as Dangerous Trade ($27), and kitschy collector?s items such as a signed copy of Blackstone's Secrets of Magic ($500). In addition to an impressive collection of modern first editions, the knowledgeable staff can point you to a notable selection of art history, architecture, poetry, children's books, and autobiographies written by famous postmaster generals.
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    111 Mathewson St
    Providence, RI US
  • Symposium Books
    Symposium Books's used volumes surround visitors with the aromas of beloved pages, and a trove of new books elicits scintillating discussions. Recent fiction releases such as Jim Harrison's Returning to Earth, a bittersweet memoir, transport readers to faraway lands and fresh sentiments, and art books including Andy Warhol by Andy Warhol ($27.98) array glossy spreads of eye candy and showcase the solidness of homemade coffee tables. Academic tomes, children?s titles, and graphic novels by local and international artists also parade across brimming shelves, where literary joy waits between pages like a fugitive paper doll.
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    240 Westminster St
    Providence, RI US

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