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Visitors to this quiet book shop often rub shoulders with academia and local scholars. This high-minded, two-room shop is a haven for out-of-print titles and first editions, books on culture and the arts, notable modern fiction and literature, all offered at reasonable prices. Take some time to browse through the bargain assortment of paperbacks, too. If you do not see what you want, talk to the manager; the store is happy to special-order books, buy, sell or trade.
The Colony Square Mall is located inside Colony Square. It takes care of the shopping needs of locals. There are a few retail stores here, selling clothes and basic needs. It makes for a nice place to pick up some essentials or grab a quick meal. The mall also has a food court and a convenience store.
The cycling enthusiasts who crowd Piedmont Park made Intown's choice of location an intelligent one, and a visit on a weekend afternoon proves it. Come watch owner Mike Goodman as he services the needs of local cyclists at this busy sales and service center across from the park. A full line of bikes is available from some top brands and the repair shop in back can soup up your ride for off-road fun. Accessories, apparel and bike rental are also available.
If you are tired of your never-changing wardrobe and need a fix at a good price, head straight to Rag-o-Rama, one of the most popular recycle stores in the city. Featuring 'gently used' apparel and accessories, the store is provides a good variety and value for money. Drop in and take a look at the items, you could even get store-credit to trade off your old clothes; but be warned, as they are very particular about the items they buy. Selling only quality, laundered and clean products, the Little Five Points outlet is one of four in the country.
Kolo is a great place for body piercings. Fully-certified and hygienic, this salon can add some sparkle to your ears, nose, navel, tongue or any other body part you wish to embellish. An enormous glass case in front displays plenty of decorative items for sale, from fine jewelry to simple studs. Guests can bring their own jewelry as well.
This corner record shop, with vinyl discs on sale, is reminiscent of yesteryear music stores. Stocking an impressive selection, this laid-back and fun local spot is also a great source for music news, band announcements and concert information. For the lover of fiction and animation, Criminal Records also has one of the best comics archives in the city.