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Popular movie rental store to close doors

Popular movie rental store to close doors

ATLANTA – A popular movie retailer in the Virginia Highland neighborhood will, soon, be going out of business. After 25 years, Movies Worth Seeing is closing it's doors, for good. On March 21st the store began their “massive DVD liquidation sale”.

The store offers a variety of films that have been selected and rented by people in the Atlanta area. According to a neighbor, “Movies Worth Seeing was always the place you went to grab a DVD when you weren't sure what to watch because the knowledgeable and friendly staff would make sure you went home with a movie that wouldn't disappoint.”

The current store hours are 12PM-9PM, Sunday through Thursday and 12PM-11PM on Friday and Saturday.

Movies Worth Seeing is located at 1409 N. Highland Avenue in the Virginia Highland community. Visit them online at www.moviesworthseeing.com

Dabberdoo closing doors at end of March

Dabberdoo closing doors at end of  March

ATLANTA – Popular Virginia Highland shop, Dabberdoo, is closing its doors for business at the end of this month. The store was most known for their “in classic and trendy personalized gifts”.

Although they’ll be shutting down their actual, in-store, operations, the store will continue with their online sales. From now until March 30, Daberdoo will be holding a liquidation sale until everything is gone. The sale features everything from buttons to actual furniture from the store.

Go visit the ladies at Dabberdoo and bid them adieu. Dabberdoo is located at 1048 N. Highland Avenue in Atlanta.

5% Day at All Metro Atlanta Whole Foods Stores

5% Day at All Metro Atlanta Whole Foods Stores

ATLANTA – Tomorrow, March 9th, all Metro Atlanta Whole Foods stores will be offering five percent off sales.  

This week, all proceeds from the five percent of sales of Whole Foods will be donated to the Wheat Street Urban Gardens. The Wheat Street Urban Garden is an eight acre self sustained organic farm/park and agriculture training center near the Old 4th Ward.

For more information on the Wheat Street Urban Garden visit www.trulylivingwell.com

Intown ACE Hardware Offers 15% Discount to VaHi Residents

Intown ACE Hardware Offers 15% Discount to VaHi Residents

ATLANTA -- In wake of the recent crimes occouring in the Virginia Highlands neighborhood, the VaHi neighborhood Ace Hardware store on North Highland Avenue is offering residents a 15% discount on all motion sensor lighting.

According to Phillip Ramsey, the Electornics Manager at the store, "the products range from $11 on the lower end to about $40 on the higher end". The Intown Ace Hardware store is offering this discount for the entire month of February. And, this location offers 14 different products that can be classified as motion sensors.  

Most of the products are in-store, however, orders for out-of-stock items are placed on Wednesday and usually arrive on Friday morning. 

The Intown Ace Hardware is located at 854 North Highland Avenue in Northeast Atlanta.

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