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Atomic City Comics

A bookstore housing the largest collection of comics in Philadelphia, the Atomic City Comics is located right in the heart of South Street. It is also known to host a lot of art shows and host signings. The store also houses a collection of t-shirts, graphic novels and magna. A lot of locals favorite this bookstore and praise the efficient staff and the humongous collection.

Macy's Center City

Housed within the historic structure, the Wanamaker Building, which was once home to America’s first department store, Macy’s Center City forms a busy shopping destination nestled within the historic downtown in the Quaker City, Philadelphia. The store has been redesigned opulently, without compromising the traditional and original elements of the landmark building. It is home to iconic attractions like the magnificent eagle statue in the Grand Court and the legendary Wanamaker Organ that features 28,500 pipes, making it the greatest playable musical instrument in the world. Midst a wonderfully nostalgic ambiance, the historically rich shopping venue offers the newest trends in clothing and home decor among other things, making for an enriching shopping experience.

Philly AIDS Thrift

Philly AIDS Thrift is a non-profit organization that trades in second-hand apparel, accessories, furniture and electronics. It also stocks books, DVDs, CDs, cars and sports equipment. Customers can buy and sell used merchandise and make tax-free donations to this store, which supports AIDS-related organizations. Customers can shop for antique furniture, chinaware, stereos, television sets, old tapes and records, classic jeans, blouses, t-shirts and coats. The trendy apparel and quirky furnishings combined with shopping for a cause lead to a satisfying experience. Check their website for details on volunteering at this store.

Italian Market

The country's largest daily outdoor market, Italian Market purveys fresh produce, meats and dry goods from the nexus of the Italian community in South Philadelphia. Distinctly Italian hams like Sopresseta, Prosciutto, and Capicolla, special olive oils, cheeses and other rare imported foodstuffs are available at the myriad of shops and stands. Giant sandwiches and the infamous "Philly Cheesesteak" are peddled from various eateries. The market's biggest claim to fame came when featured during a scene in the 1976 film "Rocky" where Sylvester Stallone embarks on his famous run, ending up on the steps of the Art Museum, a distance over seven miles.

Book Corner

Book Corner can be found centrally located in the buzzing museum district. It is an ideal store to pick or pursue your next anticipated read. The stock here is donated entirely by the locals of Philadelphia. Thus, browsing it is like discovering the consciousness of the Philadelphians. The volunteers and service staff at this book store are quite friendly. One thing that is hard to miss is that this store is designed like any other traditional retail outlet. Books of various genres are organized expertly and displayed attractively to catch your attention. Apart from low-priced books, you can also find an extensive collection of CDs, DVDs and Vinyl at Book Corner. The store's eclectic stock surely appeals to every book nerd and bargain lover.

Anthropologie

This store features women's clothing and home furnishings in a soft, romantic light. The fashions sport a Sixties flower feel with lots of primary colors and floral patterns and floppy hats. The home furnishings tend to have a faux-aged look, many with rustic white wood and chipped metal finishes. The soaps are rich and creamy, sometimes so decorative it seems wrong to tear the lovely tissue paper wrappers off. The selection is varied and plentiful.

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