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  • Catching Fireflies
    Every year at Ann Arbor Fest, Catching Fireflies founders Steve and April paused from manning their paper-arts booth to admire the folksy paintings of local artist Chris Roberts-Antieau. When they finally saved up enough to purchase their favorite piece, “Catching Fireflies,” it led to a flash of inspiration: a shop dedicated to showcasing similarly whimsical artwork and supporting local artists. Now, Catching Fireflies’ inventory spans the spectrum, from leather-bound journals and wall art to children’s toys, and has been lauded in Rochester-Rochester Hills Patch. Once customers have honed in on wares, staff can gift-wrap them free of charge, thereby eliminating the need to conceal them behind Groucho glasses.
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    203 E University Dr
    Rochester, MI US
  • Beadz 'n Bagz
    The savvy staff at Beadz 'N Bagz helps to accessorizes outfits with an impressive inventory of eye-catching handbags and baubles. Like a jewel-crusted styrofoam cup, accessories weld fashion and function into handsome packages, as seen with the delicate paisley teardrop key-finder ($10.85). Stylishly stash belongings inside a collection of handbags, available in an array of patterns and colors, Or opt for jewelry, such as a fully-metamorphosed butterfly bracelet ($18) or pocket-watch necklace ($22) to keep necks, ears, and arms eternally chic and punctual.
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    599 S Collier Blvd Suite 302
    Marco Island, FL US
  • Sole Sisters
    Known for its fashionable heels and comfy kicks, Sole Sisters has a devoted customer following and a store full of toe dressings that have earned it a spot on Detroit?s A-List for the last four years. Shoppers can perk up droopy little piggies with Bacio 61 wedges and heels ($139?$159) or Tsubo heels ($140), enabling the wearer to look sharp while meeting carnival height requirements. Members of the foot-liberation league can ventilate their trotters in Valdini comfort sandals ($83) and Madeline sandals ($29). Comfortable Tsubo walking shoes make a more practical option for the frequently bipedal than standing on the shoulders of a lumbering strongman ($100). Because armpits and elbows deserve attention, too, Sole Sisters also carries an extensive line of handbags from Frye, Tano ($230?$268) and Big Buddha ($39??$100).
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    329 S Main St
    Rochester, MI US
  • The Funky Frog
    The Funky Frog repurposes gently used kids? gear and clothing left homeless by growth spurts. Package kids in top-brand shirts, skirts, and pants ($3.99+) in sizes 0?16 from brands such as Hanna Andersson and Mini Boden or simplify fashion quandaries in the formative years with pr?t-a-porter two-pieces ($4.99+). A pair of sole-saving shoes ($2.99+) encourages emerging biped inclinations, and kids who prefer to be chauffeured via stroller can select their own set of wheels ($7.99+) or high-speed rails. Cultivate command-center skills in young astronauts with an all-in-one-place exersaucer, bouncy seat, or swing ($12.99+) or let them be king of their domain with a Pack n? Play ($19.99+).
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    121 E 3rd St
    Rochester, MI US
  • Modern Art Jewelers
    Family owned, Modern art is a 3rd generation jewelers, with the 4th generation beginning to work at the store. Located in Rochester, Michigan for more than 17 years, the store is conveniently located in the heart of the downtown area. Employees take pride in that their service is delivered with a genuine interest in quality
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    150 E University Dr
    Rochester, MI US
  • Mikey's
    Visit Mikey's for some true American comfort food. Health-crazed eaters may have to stick with water, though, as Mikey's offers delicious grub that's far as can be from low-fat fare. You can also grab your food to go. At Mikey's, you won't have to worry about circling the block multiple times to find parking. Prices at Mikey's typically stay below the $30 mark, so you can afford to bring along a friend or a date.
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    129 S Main St
    Almont, MI US

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