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Not your Grandmother's flea market.

The very first flea market was in Canton, Texas in 1873 as a way to buy and sell horses. Like most events, over time it evolved into a place where people could buy, sell and trade goods. 267 more words


Hilarious News

Fried Hard Like A Black (expletive)

The news tonight takes us to Bridgeton NJ where apparently Danny’s Pizza Pizzazz has a new style wing on its menu. 279 more words


Creepy monk

I love flea markets. Striving through alleys filled with antique items telling stories. Rummaging in counters full of books and all sorts of stuff we actually don’t need but that’s nice to look at. 149 more words


Reduce, Reuse, Recycle...Clothes

I recently read a blog post on the Zoe Report titled Why I Quit Shopping At Zara.  The writer Nicky Deam described the “scrutiny being hurled at the fast-fashion industry” – cheap clothes made in sweatshops…among other things.   1,039 more words

Styling & Fashion

This Flea Followed Us Home

I vastly prefer solid color vintage Pyrex, but I found this one at the Long Beach flea market yesterday for $10.00 and I had to bring it home. 212 more words

Flea Market

This Flea is Hoppin' - Long Beach

We went to the Long Beach Antique Market for the first time today and had a great time in spite of the heat. Well, we had to leave by about noon as  the temps were intense and we were roasting on the asphalt. 224 more words