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A tipster writers in to mourn the passing of the 8th Street Salvation Army on October 15, which he calls "a big loss for the New York thrift scene." It's also a case of bad timing, since thrift stores are about the only shops benefiting from the current economic climate. Jeremiah of Vanishing New York has a picture. [Racked Inbox; VNY]