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More clothing retailers open in downtown Menlo

Two new clothing retailers are opening in Menlo Park, the latest additions in an influx of new clothing stores to the downtown area.

Women's clothing store Pink & Harmony held a grand opening at its location at 1155 Crane St. on Friday, Sept. 11.

Pendleton, a national chain that sells blankets and wool clothing for men and women, is scheduled to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, Sept. 25, at its new location at 145 El Camino Real near Cambridge Avenue, according to the Menlo Park Chamber of Commerce.

Including Pink & Harmony and Pendleton, no fewer than six downtown retailers have started to sell women's clothing over the past several months, with another, Alys Grace, expected to open Oct. 1.

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Posted by K.T. Neese, a resident of Woodside: Woodside Glens
on Sep 15, 2009 at 5:16 pm



Why invite comments on two new retail shops in Menlo Park and NOT allow comments on the illegal felling of oak trees in WOODSIDE?


Posted by Renee Batti, news editor of The Almanac
on Sep 15, 2009 at 5:36 pm

Renee Batti is a registered user.

K.T. Neese, we welcome comments on the felling of trees in Woodside, but must remove unsubstantiated, defamatory claims about any individual.


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