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No, fans, Streetwise isn't talking about a new treat at Monzu Bakery, though we would certainly try their version of a Broadway turnover.
We're talking about the churn of retail businesses on Green Bay's chic shopping street. Nicole Zich will leave behind a different Broadway district than the one she took a chance on when she opened Sassy Girl in 2004.
There are items dating to the '50s as well as newer vintage items like a "Beverly Hills 90210" pencil case from the '90s.
Schlei said most of her best finds come from estate sale.
Similarly, her retail efforts evolved from an Etsy store to a monthly popup shop in Kavarna's Leap Room space, and now to her own shop, The Vintage Lair, 200 N. "I wasn't really looking for a space when my friend told me about here." Schlei said her favorite era of vintage is the '60s and '70s, but the Vintage Lair isn't limited to just those decades.
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This week, we have two comings and one going to pass along. "It was a place you really didn't want to come," Zich said.
"Now, it's the place you need to be." Zich announced this month that she will close Sassy Girl, 107 N. She's discounted everything in the store by 25 to 75 percent.