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PARK SLOPE—L Train Vintage has just opened up in Park Slope, making this its first location not off the L train. A friend of Racked wrote in to let us know that "there's a lot of weird, questionable and/or cheap stuff, but if you take the time to look through every single item, you'd probably find at least one cute piece and it would cost like $5." Sounds pretty good to us. [RackedWire]
UPPER EAST SIDE—DashLocker, a locker-based garment care service not at all related to the Kardashians, will open soon on Second Avenue between 81st and 82nd streets. Rather than being restricted to typical business hours, DashLocker clients are able to drop off dry cleaning, laundry, and even shoes to be shined anytime, at lockers with PIN numbers. It seems the company really knows its business: More UES locations are slated to come this year. [NYP]