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Photo: Have You Explored The Village Vintage Shoppe?

The antique specialty store offers vintage finds and refurbishing on Ocean View Boulevard in Montrose.

The Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce announced a new store and ribbon cutting ceremony: 

More than just an antique store, the Village Vintage Shoppe owner Eileen Moore has created a one-stop shop when it comes to antiques. Besides all the great antiques she has on hand, she also can refurbish anything, specializes in vintage jewelry, can find an item for you if you don’t find it at her store, handles estate sales and sells items on consignment. Stop by this Holiday season to see all the great things she has to offer. Village Vintage Shoppe, 3821 Ocean View Boulevard, Montrose, CA 91020. 818-822-3563.

ROBERT E. FISHBACK December 14, 2012 at 08:09 PM
Guns or the glorification of killing? This thread not a good launch pad, but..By now, we are aware of the incredible tragedy at Conn. School. And, already, the gun rights people are marshalling their concerns about a new thrust at gun control. They are oblivious to the real culprit...Hollywood ! For decades, the movie screens have majored in violence. It is entertainment, mind you. The electronic games are about killing. What in the hell do we expect ? Start with banning any violence of any kind in movies, games, or etc...The young American mind had been conditioned to view violent death and destruction as entertainment..no big deal. Screw "freedom of speech" as it is now used. If you want to talk, go ahead. If you want to produce violence through a mode other than talking....You are out of line.
PATRICK SULLIVAN December 14, 2012 at 08:52 PM
This is a story about a store opening in Montrose. This is not however, while I agree with you, the thread to post this comment. The store had NOTHING to do with that horrible event!

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