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Shop ‘Black’ this Black Friday

-Waxy Desires—customized scented candles, 500 W. Cermak

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...the chance to meet her and the team. She will be at Divas-N-Dogs, 7142 S Exchange Ave. Hot chocolate will be passed out...

Eric Williams, owner of The Silver Room, 1442 N. Milwaukee Ave., said people need to start supporting the small, independent businesses again.

Boutique owner Andrea White agrees and said that instead of going to Macy’s or other similar department stores, give her a chance. A’nies Accents, 1237 S. Michigan Ave., is 2 years old and she said it isn’t unusual for customers who live in the area to just come in to chat.

The fashion designer sells her creations out of her shop, 17 East Pearson Street. The motivation behind creating Maryam Garba Fashion came from personal experiences. After graduating college and...

-Kilimanjaro International—African shop, jewelry, art, and candles,  1305 E. 53rd St.

-Brims and Accessories– specializes in designer hats and handbags, and sells jewelry, 1631 E. 87th St.

-Kiwi’s Boutique–1015 S. Western Ave.

-Angel Minaro Spa–2150 S. Canalport, 3C-14

  • Todd Agosto Analyst/Investigator at Veritatem Cognoscere

    Typical of the 'Chicago Defender', if you were to take the race card from them they would have very little to write about. To get a gist of what i'm referring to just scroll through their current series of articles. http://chicagodefender.com/ ie "Let’s Boycott Black Friday for Black People!", "100 Black Men of Chicago Statement on Ferguson Grand Jury Decision", "Telling People They Sound Racist Can Be Awkward. Here’s What You Should Do". etc

  • Dr. Magic Stuck Here In South Shore Since 2011

    @Valerie Joy - i agree with shopping local. spend on local businesses rather than online retailers. i like that message better than shopping "black", which is racist. just as "shopping white" would be.

    @Todd Agosto - The Chicago Defender is nothing more than substitute for toilet paper.

    HAPPY THANKSGIVING Y'ALL!!!

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10 Under-the-Radar Shops to Support on Small Business Saturday

Yelpers say this beauty supply store is the best spot in the city to find Shiseido products, but the store also stocks other hard-to-find Asian beauty products like Korean BB cream and Dolly Wink mascara. 2136 S. Archer Ave.

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...the-dark rope to wholesale blue polypropylene jars that you didn’t realize you needed. 5316 N. Milwaukee Ave., sciplus.com

Since you’re probably heading down to Pilsen for the fantastic vintage selection on Saturday anyway, be sure to stop by this tiny little grocery store for vegan snacks, ridiculously cheap green juice that’s pressed while you wait, and kombucha on tap. 1219 W. 18th St., bellischicago.com

Indulge all your Parisian fantasies at this frequently overlooked French boutique in the Palmolive Building. You may not be wintering in the South of France this winter, but that doesn’t mean you can’t subtly imply that you are. 919 N. Michigan Ave., cop-copine.com

This trio of stores in Edgewater sells antiques, artwork, and a healthy selection of gently used designer clothes. They’re offering 20 percent off in-store purchases on Small Business Saturday, too. 6237-6241 N. Clark St., euphoriaresale.com

This well-curated Humboldt Park boutique sells everything from jewelry to bath products to mustache wax. You’ll find lots of design-y elements—it’s located in a refurbished hardware store, after all—and plenty of locally-made stocking stuffers. 2559 W. Chicago Ave., shopkomoda.com

...hand-knit fisherman sweaters, which have “Chicago winters” written all over them (figuratively, of course). 5202 N. Clark St., notre-shop.com

Roscoe Village’s newest indie bookstore is throwing its doors open to the public at 10 a.m. on Saturday, where you can find calendars, greeting cards, and booked-themed ephemera from the popular brand Out of Print—as well as books on books on books, of course. 2142 W. Roscoe St.

...and a small but solid selection of vintage clothes. But seriously, go for the taxidermy. 1513 W. Foster Ave., woollymammothchicago.com

...Plus, Comfort Me Boutique has opened up a new permanent location in Hyde Park at 5241 S. Harper Ave. after their successful pop-up run. Grab a latte at Bridgeport Coffee’s Hyde Park...

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