- published: 24 Feb 2014
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Destination Worcester visits owner Amy Chase of Crompton Collective, an 'Antique Mall' that houses a myriad of items from vintage clothes, to handmade art, and local crafts. Amy talks about what is happening right now at the center and what we can expect in the near future. Brought to you by Destination Worcester: http://destinationworcester.org in collaboration with Crompton Collective: http://cromptoncollective.com, presented by Chelsea Creekmore: http://creekmore.co and shot by cameraman Jason Ouellet.
A 3 1/2 minute promotional spot produced for Worcester County Tourism featuring an interview with Bill Outten at Town Center Antiques in Berlin, MD about local antique hunting on the Eastern Shore's largest antique trail---Berlin, MD ..... for the television show 'Beach & Beyond' produced for WMDT-TV ch47 and its' affiliates, produced by unscene productions 2016.
By many requests, here is a quick tour of the Midtown Mall, just a block away from the former Galleria/Fashion Outlets Mall (now City Square), Worcester, Massachusetts. They did try to make it look very nice, trying to give it that "outdoor" feel, with the fake rooflines. None of the stores are the big chains, rather, "Mom and Pop". There was one spot where audio was muted, due to strong copyrighted music in the background, and yes, I do actually repeat that they tried to make this place look nice, in the original audio. That's not a goof on the dubbing. Since we couldn't get to the 2nd floor right off (people hanging around the staircase), we look at the basement next, then take the long trip back to show it last.
A look at Worcester Ma from old photos dating from the 1940's the 70's. Many buildings still exist, but the Companies that occupied them are gone. I remember Front St. as being a vibrant and alive area, that was torn down to make way for the failed Galleria, and the failed Outlet. Maybe a few people will recognize themselves in some of the photos.
From Out Of The Woods Antiques in Goffstown, New Hampshire is a destination for many from New England and throughout the U.S. This video presentation was done on January 11th and our dealer inventory is always evolving. If you see something of interest, please do not hesitate to call us at 603.624.8668. Filmed on location, produced and edited by Bill Wynne. You may contact Bill via email at Business@03045.org. Musical Arrangements for this production are provided by Larry Bisso. You may visit Larry on line at www.LarryBisso.com.
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Welcome to Laura's Emporium, the friendliest antique mall on Florida's Treasure Coast, in St. Lucie County's historic Fort Pierce. Go Green with a seller of old, handmade, one-of-a-kind, re-purposed and needful things. Combine a friendly and talkative staff with dozens of independent dealers who bring an ever changing variety of items in every day -- what's not to love?
Dee Wells visited Crompton Collective, an eclectic antique and artisan mall located at 138 Green Street, Worcester, MA. The store has something for everyone from 'ol school magazines, picture frames to handcrafted wearable art to repurposed items that are sure to brighten your day. Visit their website at www.CromptonCollective.com or visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/cromptoncollective. Filmed on an iPhone by Dee Wells of Future Focus Media Co-op. To learn more about Future Focus Media Co-op, please www.futurefocusmedia.org or email email@example.com. Peace.
with Aaron Lewis
Rock Follies Vintage Worcester a Vintage Shop located in a Grade II listed courtyard, Reindeer Court in Worcester City Center. Laid out over two floors it contains individual and original Vintage clothing accessories and so much more for men and women. We can assist you with a complete personal shopping experience putting together complete accessorised outfits for vintage events such as Goodwood, and Twinwood Festivals, Severn Valley 40's weekends , vintage weddings, and lifestyle offering advice and ideas. Alternatively you can mooch through our rails and discover pieces for self with two fitting rooms. We also offer an expert alteration service on our clothing., and a sourcing service. This short film is just to give you a whistle-stop tour and hope you will visit the shop. R...
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Green family estate auction in Grand Ballroom of the DCU Center in Worcester. Tiffany art glass and silver, antique dolls and games, vintage clothing and jewelry, early paisleys and linens, more than 50 daguerreotypes, a bundle of presidential letters, handwritten journals from the Civil War. http://www.telegram.com/article/20100905/NEWS/9050504
This is a cool vintage bike siren.
Located downtown on Main Street, Ritual has sexy red lighting, Asian artifacts and cozy pillows at every table. Owners Russell and Melissa Watson have created a warm ambiance featuring a comfortable dining room with a big lively bar at the center of it all.
We've updated our popular Worcester Rocks video! Home to more than 30,000 college students each academic year, the greater Worcester area is an active, vibrant and energetic community. In addition to its diverse student population, the 12 Consortium member institutions attract more than 15,000 full- and part-time employees to the region. Downtown Worcester is in the midst of a dynamic revitalization effort as over $1 billion is being invested in new development projects. Whether it's catching the latest concert at the DCU Center, sampling the restaurants on Shrewsbury Street and in the Canal District, or watching the Worcester Tornadoes (Can-Am League baseball) or Worcester Sharks (American Hockey League) in thrilling sports action, Worcester is the place to be for fun and exciting attrac...