NEW YORK -- It may be a common sight in many parts of the country, but in the midst of Manhattan's aggressively eclectic Greenwich Village, the appearance of a Kmart is unusual, to say the least, and it turns many of the jaded, multiply-pierced heads that stream by. And a Kmart Cafe? Here, that's a downright revolutionary concept. Or should that be counter-revolutionary? While the Kmart that opened in lower Manhattan late last year has been generally welcomed by low-cost ...
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