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  • Longggisland Apparel: Designer Casual from New York and California

    by Longggisland Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    You’ll find the latest in east and west coast fashions for men at this new boutique, offering everything from t-shirts and designer denim to accessories and art works. Whether you’re looking for the ultimate in comfort or want to stand out in a crowd, Longggisland Apparel will exceed your expectations.

    What to buy: Check out the shirts by Ed Hardy and Triple Five Soul. Also the store features artwork by local artists.

    What to pay: The sky is the limit but shirts start at 28 dollars and stylish jeans begin at 88 dollars.

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    Saraga Asian Market: Great Asian Grocery

    by LauraWest Written Dec 29, 2006

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    This was the best Asian grocery I have been to in the USA. The choice of frozen foods was impressive. The array of other foods was very good, too. Well kept shelves and fresh foods, as far as I could tell.

    It is in a small "strip" of stores with a large parking lot in front.

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    Fourth Street Festival: ART in BLoomington

    by gkitzmil Written Apr 26, 2003

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    Fourth Street Festival of the Arts and Crafts
    Every Labor Day.
    For more information call the Bloomington/Monroe County Convention & Visitors Bureau, 1-800-800-0037.
    Downtown Bloomington hosts the Fourth Street Festival outdoor arts and crafts market every Labor Day Weekend. The best in Midwest arts and crafts are showcased as over 95 juried and invited artisans display and sell their original designs of contemporary and traditional crafts and fine arts. In 1997 an estimated 25,000 people strolled through the Festival's tree-shaded streets. Studio pottery, woodwork, weaving, metals, basketry, quilts, paintings, prints, cabinetry, handblown glass, ironwork, textiles, photography and mixed media are some of the unique treasures exhibited. No admission charge.

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