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What’s Your Story?

If you’ve ever been to our Wicked+ store at 145 Pier Ave., there’s a good chance you’ve heard our story. The one about how we accidentally started a retail shop that simply sells goods we like (from whole bean coffee to bikes, shirts and skateboards) out of an office we originally subleased as a meeting space for our marketing agency. It’s a story that people inevitably ask us to share with them because they want to know how a store like ours came to be.

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YBuy When You Can Try It For $25 Per Month.

Have you ever wanted to try a product before buying it? Thanks to Beverly Hills startup ybuy, now you can. For $24.95 per month and no shipping costs you get one new […]

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Loyalty Card Program Rewards Guests For Being Disloyal

Eight Singapore indie coffee shops, along with digital creative agency Antics and blogger Cortadito.sg, have put a spin on the standard loyalty card with the Be Disloyal disloyalty card. Cafe customers can pick up a […]

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Baxter Finley Barber & Shop Expansion Preview Party November 15

Maker of our favorite men’s grooming products, Baxter of California, has expanded its flagship Baxter Finley Barber & Shop in Los Angeles, and it will host an exclusive preview event on Tuesday, November 6, that […]

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Pantone Christmas Tree Ornaments

Hard to believe in just a week all the pumpkin lots will turn into Christmas tree lots and that means it will soon be time to decorate the ole tenenbaum. […]

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Moveable Feast: Two Chicks in SPACE

Celebrity caterer-chef, Food Network star and FOW+ Meg Hall is teaming up with Harvard & Stone’s award winning mixologist Mia Sarazen for Hall’s latest installment of Moveable Feast, a roving series of dinner and […]

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Best Made Co. Seamless & Steadfast Enamel Steel Cups

There are made-for-camping steel cups and then there are Seamless & Steadfast enamel steel cups by Best Made Company. The lower Manhattan-based company, known for making a better ax, thought of everything when they designed the tough-as-nails cups made in a 100 year-old Poland factory using WW2-era machines.

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JAILmake Delivery Bike For Everyday Use

London-based creative duo Liam Healy and Jamie Elliott, aka JAILMake, designed the handsomely utilitarian Everyday Bicycle to serve as their studio delivery bike and “to pick up supplies for the bbq.”