'Tis the season to find the perfect gifts and delightful treats and eats at Trader Joe's. We love to shop not only for ourselves but for others this holiday season. Here are a few essential specialties that are available at Capital Region Trader Joe's.
I was walking through the Latham Sam's Club and I couldn't believe all of the random items they sell. There was everything from drizzled popcorn to pickled polish sausage. Check out the ten random items I picked out for you to see with your own eyes. Who buys these things?
So, what's going on with the Crossgates Best Buy? Anyone?
I haven't driven by Crossgates yet to check it out. I initially read a headline by the Times Union made it dramatically sound like Best Buy is closed for good. And look, who knows- with all the events of 2020 and economic circumstances- it very well may happen eventually (as much as I hate to say that about any store)...
Another one bites the dust! Yet another clothing store is shutting down, impacting the Capital Region.
While it seems like the trend of store-closings is less than last year (that's my impression, I don't know the statistics), it still hasn't stopped...
There's a liquidation sale going on just in time to stock up on sports goods for the summer.
A local staple, sporting goods store 'Goldstock's Sporting Goods' closed its doors and now inventory is being liquidated. News Channel 13 reported that their liquidation sale has kicked off...
The Thanksgiving Day holiday is traditionally meant to be spent with family and friends, cheating on our diets being gluttons, and giving thanks for all we have. This year retailers have combined the Black Friday madness with a holiday, starting the shopping frenzy on turkey night. Is this morally right? Well, retail America seems to think so!
The Latham Circle Mall is due for a huge over-haul (duh!). I haven’t set foot in the dump for years. I assume all that’s left are stores selling samurai swords and Native American hand-crafted items. The plan, according to a story in the Times Union, is to re-launch as an “open-air shopping center” – much like Clifton Park Center.