Guest post by Phil Wrzesinski
I know it rocked your world to hear that Toy House is closing. Big, iconic, 67-year old businesses don’t close when the owner is still too young to retire. But sometimes they do, and sometimes it is for reasons so localized that it only makes sense once you see the whole picture. Let’s take a look at some of the factors…
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There’s no place like home — Dorothy certainly had that right. In this day and age of texting, emails and social media, it is easy to lose some of the face-to-face connections and personal interactions that help give our neighborhoods that feeling of safety and familiarity that we long for.
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