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A pottery and resale store has opened on Tucson’s south side. Talavera pottery, tilting peacocks, metal flowers and yard-sale items such as home and office furniture, sporting goods and collectibles can be found at Ronny G’s Pottery and More, at 1811 S. Park Ave.
Handmade plates, soaps, books, jewelry, kids’ items and artwork hang from the walls and adorn tables made of old doors and fence posts in a new gift shop that prides itself on its “made in the U.S.A.” inventory.
Table Talk at Home has reopened under its new owners, months after its previous owners sold the trade name to their longtime employees Adam Hatfield and Morgan Trevers and to long-term customer Bill Raywinkle.
Coldwater Creek has begun liquidation sales at its Park Place and La Encantada stores as the company prepares to close its 350 stores nationwide as well as its website.
Dollar General has a new Tucson store at 9950 S. Nogales Highway, and will celebrate its grand opening at 8 a.m., Saturday.
Betty Blue’s Junk Shop will close its doors after business May 28.
Buffalo Exchange will close its downtown store, at 250 E. Congress St., after business Friday.
Microsoft will open its first Tucson retail store today at Park Place, 5870 E. Broadway.
Tractor Supply Company will open its first Tucson-area store, at 7735 N. Casa Grande Highway in Marana, at 8 a.m. May 10.
Hem & Her Bridal, at 4004 N. Stone Ave., will close its doors for good at the end of business May 31.
ReActivate, a fitness apparel and gear resale store on North Campbell Avenue at East Glenn Street, will close its doors for good at the end of business next Wednesday.
After 13 years of buying and selling jewelry in the Tucson market, Kevin Jewelers is closing its doors at Park Place and Tucson Mall.