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Pop-up stores: Now you see them, now you don’t

Space glut lets retailers branch out for season

Miki Chiang of Framingham at the temporary Toys “R’’ Us Holiday Express in Natick. Miki Chiang of Framingham at the temporary Toys “R’’ Us Holiday Express in Natick. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff)
By Jenn Abelson
Globe Staff / November 30, 2009

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By 5 p.m. on a recent Friday, a gray curtain was hiding the computers and photocopiers stuffed in the corner of a Fort Point photography and production studio. In their place, a bar had sprung up, a DJ had started spinning house music, and clothing racks in makeshift aisles burst with selections from Stil, Riccardi, Portobello Road, and local designers. (Full article: 1142 words)

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