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District of Columbia
1600 21st Street NW Washington DC
America's First Museum of Modern Art
The Phillips Collection is home to an extraordinary collection of more than 4,000 works ranging from masterpieces of French impressionism and American modernism to contemporary art. By displaying superb works in an intimate setting, founder Duncan Phillips hoped to encourage visitors to appreciate new, challenging forms of artistic expression. Art from different eras and places is often juxtaposed and changes often to suggest visual "conversations."
The museum's collection includes works by American and European masters such as Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, Winslow Homer, Henri Matisse, Georgia O'Keeffe, Pablo Picasso, Mark Rothko, and Vincent van Gogh.
Salt & Sundry
Union Market, 1309 5th St NE
Logan Circle, 1401 S St NW
A passion for hospitality is the heart of what you'll find inside Salt & Sundry. Ever-changing collection of goods for good living features handcrafted furniture, dinnerware, linens, covetable vintage finds, gifts, and a pantry stocked with small-batch foods and craft cocktail ingredients. We want you to feel at home inside Salt & Sundry, and find inspiring items to make your own home more of what you dream it to be.
1231 Florida Ave NE Washington, DC 20002
Shopkeepers exists as a neighborhood space and boutique, sought to inspire and share timeless, considerate products.
300 Tingey Street SE #140, Washington, DC 20003
Retail, classes + workshops, events, co-working, art. The retail concept space offers unique DC-based and national retail brands and creative organizations an exclusive opportunity to be a part of the growing Yards Park’s Neighborhood.
949 Cherry Street SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Iris is a new retail concept brought to you by long-time personal stylist, Cathy Starnes, owner of wardrobe consulting firm, Style Speaks. Iris is a women’s accessory boutique catering to the sophisticated woman looking for unique accessories from delicate everyday pieces to statement-making stunners.
117 Beekman Street Ground Floor New York, NY 10038
Purveyor of American-made goods. Once roving marketplace, now a flagship store opening Nov 10 in the Historic Seaport District.
Wing Luke Museum
719 South King Street
In the late 1800s, Asian travelers came by steamship and rail to Seattle in search of opportunity and a better life. They crowded into hotels and boarding houses. They lived frugally and worked in laundries, shops, restaurants, hotels, and gambling places. Many found employment as laborers in timber, mining, railroad, and fishing industries. Some even became entrepreneurs, starting import-export businesses or establishing restaurants and cafes.
Through our guided tours and ongoing exhibitions about the Asian Pacific American community, you can understand Seattle in a new way. See how immigrants have shaped the Pacific Northwest from the early pioneer days to influencing current day issues and trends.
2401 60th Street Kenosha, WI 53140
Long before coffee houses and drug store chains dotted the community's corners, Andrea's was building memories with generations of Kenoshans. A genuine experience of Kenosha Wisconsin tradition! Since 1911.