Monarch Thrift Shop will be participating in National Thrift Store Day tomorrow from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. T-shirts, sleeveless tops, tank tops and women’s shorts sleeve blouses will be on sale for $1! The deal speaks directly to the business’ mission of fighting recidivism and helping low-income community members.
[Blnk] Haus gives artists a space to make their own. The owners offer artistic advice, yoga classes, a gallery and a friendly workspace to get creative. Bonus: you can also hang out with an iguana.
“We envision the space being open and welcoming with art on the walls that support the queer community,” says Kate Burton, founder of Uncommon Closet, a custom clothing line for the LGBTQIA+ community based out of Positive Studios.
It’s time for a business update. Closings, updates and openings—we got ’em.
One Tail at a Time is wagging on over to a second space to help more sick dogs and get them safely into foster and forever homes. They will be opening their hands to kittens soon, too.
Logan Parlor celebrates five years and we have the scoop on their growth, their special gender-neutral pricing and more. An anniversary party is happening tomorrow with cake and hang out time for the whole community.
The former spot of The General on California Avenue is getting a new restaurant. Good Fortune, a Mediterranean seafood cuisine, plans to open there this summer.
Hello to Dial M for Modern and new eateries Saba Italian Kitchen + Bar, Fruit Paradise and Rosie’s Sidekick. Goodbye to neighborhood staples La Farine Bakery, Dunlay’s on the Square and Congress Pizza.
Logan’s Crossing’s new retailer announced: Target will join the former mega mall spot as a small-store format.
Jacqueline Olivo of the Olivo Medical & Wellness Center opened a new spa down the street, Olivo Med Spa, “for the whole neighborhood” to focus on skin health and wellness.