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Profits of new frugality

High-end or low, the area's consignment shops offer a recession-era alternative to pricey malls

Sarah Stedt of Hopkinton looks through items for sale at Still Life, a consignment shop in Hudson. Sarah Stedt of Hopkinton looks through items for sale at Still Life, a consignment shop in Hudson. (Globe Staff Photo / Mchele McDonald)
By Joyce Pellino Crane
Globe Correspondent / March 26, 2009

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With every household item she puts up for sale at the Still Life Home Consignment shop in Hudson, Kathy Clark is confronting her economic fears, saving for the future, and simplifying her busy life. (Full article: 1184 words)

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