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It's a good week for hand-drawn temporary-closing signage. Bowery Boogie alerts us to the news that Economy Candy, which they boldly call "the finest candy store in all of Manhattan," has shut its doors for a few days to install new flooring. To inform the neighborhood, the store has posted a sign with dates and a tiny poem that reads, in its entirety: "Don't be sore/Replacing the floor."
· Scorched Urban Outfitters Closed Until Further Notice [Racked NY]
· Economy Candy Closed for Floor Renovations [Bowery Boogie]

Urban Outfitters

521 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10175-0003 212 867 4107 Visit Website

Economy Candy

108 Rivington Street, New York, NY