• Downtown Seattle jewelry store to close after 112 years in business
    Jewelry

    Downtown Seattle jewelry store to close after 112 years in business

    Fox’s Seattle will officially close on Saturday, April 27. SEATTLE — One of the oldest businesses in Seattle is closing after 112 years. “We love the city, we’ve been here for 112 years, we love Seattle,” said Zoey Mann, the owner of Fox’s Seattle. It’s a jewelry store on the corner of 4th Avenue and University Street, filled with a lifetime of shining moments. “This place means the world to me,” said Mann. “I mean, my mom brought me here when I was 2 weeks old, and it was the first place after the pediatrician’s office that she brought me. My daughter learned to walk in our old store. All my…

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  • Over a quarter of a million dollars’ worth of jewelry stolen from Indy business
    Jewelry

    Over a quarter of a million dollars’ worth of jewelry stolen from Indy business

    INDIANAPOLIS — Additional than a quarter of a million dollars’ worthy of in jewellery — absent in a issue of minutes from a jewellery retailer in the coronary heart of wide ripple. Proprietor Joaquin Parraga states he is the Operator of Diamond Studio by Dejoan in Wide Ripple. He says he has been in the jewellery company for far more than 30 many years Parraga states he has been serving Indianapolis for the final 14 several years. Just about every consumer is by appointment only. “Soon as I change close to due to the fact I never set two chains exterior – he is running absent,” Parraga reported. Parraga suggests…

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  • Fashion

    Work bags that mean business

    I’m sure there are people who casually chuck their stuff into a bag before heading to the office, and then arrive with everything they need and nothing that they don’t (random piece of Lego, fossilised apple core). I’m just not one of them. At least I’m in good company. In her essay “I Hate My Purse”, the late director/screenwriter Nora Ephron laments her inability to get along with handbags: “Everything you own is in your purse . . . But when you open it up, you can’t find a thing in it: your purse is just a big dark hole full of stuff that you spend hours fishing around for.” I wouldn’t say I…

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