And blogger reviewers are saying such things as “Finally!” and “I love this store, everything about it.” This particular area of downtown had been devastated for a long time after Katrina swept through. Now, people in the neighborhood are happy to shop here, or just stop by and even stay for a while. There’s always something going on, officials told SN. Activity at the store begins early in the morning. “People line up by 7 o’clock for ...

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