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Piccadilly Prairie Paris Flea European artisan vintage

The event, which this year runs March 1-3 at Piccadilly Prairie’s new Ridgedale location, features a mix of authentic items imported directly from France and other French- and European-inspired items.

Forget drive-throughs, take-out boxes and waiters with trays. These days, it’s all about the food trucks.

Shayla Farmer opened children’s clothing boutique CC & Mays last fall.

Fusion Lifespa

Stuck in a life rut now that the holiday
season is over? Worried about how you’ll meet your resolutions or how to make
sure they stick all year round?

Goodnight Little Me

Mary GrandPré, illustrator of the iconic Harry Potter series, brings her sense of magic and wonder to a new personalized bedtime story. In collaboration with I See Me!

Blith and Bonny Grapefruit Eco Dish Soap

Raise your hand if you're still doing your holiday shopping (guilty!). The good news? Excelsior's Fleurish is making that last-minute gifting easier and more fun with tips, tricks and treats when you stop in the store this weekend.

Deephaven residents Maia and Allan Haag had a feeling their book publishing company, I See Me! was onto something when they received an intriguing order for one of their customized books.

With a chill in the air, Excelsior’s Gray Gardens Home Store embraces the changes that winter brings with celebration.

Cottagewood General Store

Anyone who lives in the lake area knows what a local treasure the Cottagewood General Store is. Quaint, charming, inviting—the neighborhood store really nails the homey feeling of community. Experience that homey feeling while getting a taste of Europe this weekend.

Bill Farrell had an unusual inspiration for starting a family business: his oldest son’s art. Liam was just 7 years old when the family rounded up his artwork and put it to a vote; democracy dictated that his art would be printed on T-shirts.

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