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« on: August 01, 2003 11:13:39 PM »

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Urban Renewals
122 Brighton Ave.
Allston/Brighton
Boston

Saint Vincent de Paul Thrift Shop
50 Prospect St.
Central Square
Cambridge

Savers locations:
http://www.savers.com/whoweare/us/ma.php

Goodwill thrift stores in the area:
http://goodwillmass.org

Salvation Army thrift stores:
http://www.salvationarmy-usaeast.org/cgi-bin/database/db.cgi?db=thrift2&uid=default&State=Massachusetts&sb=2&so=ascend&view_records=View+Records

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« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2003 02:48:54 AM »

The Garment District
200 Broadway, Cambridge, MA, 02139

Planet Aid30 John F. Kennedy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: (617) 354-6413
or
306 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02115
Phone: (617) 262-9337
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« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2003 11:51:29 PM »

One note on Savers - they have cool stuff (and for those of us with allergies, tend to be less dusty than many other thrift stores), but I'm not super comfortable with the way they get their merchandise.  

Savers has contracts with all kinds of charitable organizations.  Normal people donate to the charities - thinking the charities actually distribute the stuff - then the charities, without making this clear to donors, sell all the goods to Savers.  I wish Savers and the charities that sell to Savers would make it clear to donors.  This isn't really Savers fault and they do provide good merchandise at good prices, but I try to go other places first so that my thrift dollars go to charity if possible.
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« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2004 06:23:34 PM »

A link to an exhaustive list of Boston-area thrift & secondhand music stores, used bookstores, etc.:

http://www.surfacecity.net/boston.php?subject=thrift&orderby=location

Some include reviews.

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« Reply #4 on: January 28, 2004 11:37:27 AM »

Boomerangs on Centre Street in JP is great and it benefits the AIDS Action Committee.  They get reall nice stuff in there too.
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« Reply #5 on: January 30, 2004 07:19:21 AM »

GumShoe on south street in j.p. is good for boys, they're across diagonally from Harvest.

*does anybody remeber bobby's of boston in the south end on thayer street?  i'm going to look them up & see if they're still around... they were amazing...
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« Reply #6 on: February 16, 2004 02:42:38 PM »

I live on the north shore, so here's some good ones. I'll post the crappier ones at the bottom. btw, i didn't post planet aid on purpose; they charge way too much for their stuff 'supposedly' uses the money for projects to help the community but, WHATEVER - they have a dumpster by my local 7/11...theyre very misleading. people donate to them thinking they are a charity.

1. Retro Vixen
265 R Rantoul Street, Beverly, MA 01915
(978)921-5933

It's located on an intersection next to an antique shop,  across from Gloria's Foods + Deli and it's parallel to Evil Winds Tattoo Studio. The clothes there are FREAKING AWESOME. If i had a million dollars i'd walk there and buy all their stuff!! Mucho vintage clothing, the store has this 60's vibe to it with featherboas and orange/green/pink/black decor...it's like walking into a parallel universe...

2.Garment District
200 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 876-5230
www.garment-district.com
They have $1-per-bag...fill it up with ucky thrify clothes and it's only a dollar (downstairs). upstairs they sell new merchandise like tights and hairdye, and the consignment shop is there too. nice big pink building.

the rest i've gone to suck so here's...
some I've heard of, but I've never gone to. I looked the addresses on superpages.com

Absolutely Fabulous
1309 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 864-0656

Reddog Vintage Clothing
Somerville, MA 02144
(617) 666-1986

Oona's
1210 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 491-2654

Dragonfly
3 Hadley Street, South Hadley, MA 01075
(413) 534-6230

Closet
175 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116
(617) 536-1919
www.theclosetboston.com (not up yet)

Urban Renewals
122 Brighton Avenue, Allston, MA 02134
(617) 783-8387

Goodwill Stores - Cambridge
520 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge MA

Recycled Chic
294 Dartmouth Street, New Bedford, MA 02740
(508) 992-2872

Teen Challenge Thrift Store
1159 Main Street, Brockton, MA 02301
(508) 427-6057 or (508) 427-6475

Maude Mango
507A East Broadway, Boston, MA 02127
(617) 464-1180

you can find more at http://yellowpages.superpages.com/
hope this helps! ~hilary :: silvercrank (yes the song by smashing pumpkins)
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« Reply #7 on: February 16, 2004 03:28:50 PM »

Nice to hear that retro vixen is good--I drive past every day on the way to work but haven't had time to go in yet. Do you know if they do consignment? (for used clothing, I mean)  Nice to hear that there's someone else on the North Shore on craftster, too. Smiley
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« Reply #8 on: February 17, 2004 08:07:38 PM »

im on the northshore too, retrovixen is awesome, and its owned by marylou lord, im not sure if she does consignment, she seems to have a lot of stock,someday im gonna get in a car accident from trying to look at the new window display but anyways, theres also a pretty good thrift store in gloucester called bananas on main street, not sure of the exact address though, theres also another one on main street in gloucester i think called dress code which is ok, mystery train is an awesome used cd store too on main street, anyways
thats enough ramble for now
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« Reply #9 on: February 25, 2004 11:14:44 AM »

Nice to hear that retro vixen is good--I drive past every day on the way to work but haven't had time to go in yet. Do you know if they do consignment? (for used clothing, I mean)  Nice to hear that there's someone else on the North Shore on craftster, too. Smiley

OMG!! marylou lord owns it??? she did a song with billy corgan!!! agghh!!! thats awesome!! whoo the hell is marylou lord anyway?

anywho i went in there with my mom. i looked so uncool. i think the guy behind the counter thought i was so cheap. i had no $ so i bought a $3 tank top and a $5 knit purse that i couldve made my self Sad but i dont think they do consignment, i suggest you call up. the guy just kinda sits there all day hehehe. the decor is so cool. i need a job. i want to shop there. doews anyone know why retro vixen opened in beverly? i am ashamed of my town. full of druggie posers and snobby art school students. i feel so unwelcome here.*tangent* sorry. oh the shame. so why is an original store like that here? i'd expect it in
brattleboro VT or in Cambridge MA but not here!
:: silvercrank sadness::
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« Reply #10 on: February 26, 2004 07:05:48 AM »

Nice to hear that retro vixen is good--I drive past every day on the way to work but haven't had time to go in yet. Do you know if they do consignment? (for used clothing, I mean)  Nice to hear that there's someone else on the North Shore on craftster, too. Smiley

OMG!! marylou lord owns it??? she did a song with billy corgan!!! agghh!!! thats awesome!! whoo the hell is marylou lord anyway?

anywho i went in there with my mom. i looked so uncool. i think the guy behind the counter thought i was so cheap. i had no $ so i bought a $3 tank top and a $5 knit purse that i couldve made my self Sad but i dont think they do consignment, i suggest you call up. the guy just kinda sits there all day hehehe. the decor is so cool. i need a job. i want to shop there. doews anyone know why retro vixen opened in beverly? i am ashamed of my town. full of druggie posers and snobby art school students. i feel so unwelcome here.*tangent* sorry. oh the shame. so why is an original store like that here? i'd expect it in
brattleboro VT or in Cambridge MA but not here!
:: silvercrank sadness::



*woah* you should be more kind, i went to montserrat and i watched rantoule (sp?) street turn from icky and scary into a kind of hip cleaner street.  and i think the "snobby art students" are partly responsible.  not to sound "snobby" but i think we brought in a lot of diversity and created more of a market for interesting stores.  (not to mention the silly "evil wind" tattoo place, whatever.)  i spent four years there & watched the whole town evolve into a friendlier place.  i know our place there is controversial, and that we definitely affect the community, both positively and negatively.  one thing i feel confident about is the fact that we've created a more cultured enviornment for you to live in.
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« Reply #11 on: February 29, 2004 04:41:24 PM »

yeah i know what you mean, about being 'cleaned up' and evil winds, i dont mind that place, it's the kind of people they draw. i've gone in there, they're cool; but i've also met a girl whose b/f works there and the girl was one of hate-thyself-goths -- she was like  i am 22 and i was in the marines and i almost died of a heart attack at 16 b/c i was smoking a cigarette while wearing a nicotine patch... and she was wwiiiieeeerrdd. i'm just sick of the grant street crackheads and all of that....i like the town itself, its the people i'm complaining about -- and i have seemed to stumble upon the poser montserrat kids i guess, oh well. sorry to you good kidz out there.
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« Reply #12 on: February 29, 2004 08:09:20 PM »

You should try living in Salem. Smiley
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« Reply #13 on: March 01, 2004 07:25:29 AM »

ha... my best friend lives on derby, right next to the purple scorpion.
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« Reply #14 on: March 24, 2004 05:20:15 PM »

There is a great consignment shop called Raspberry Beret at 1110 Main Street in Wakefield, MA.  They carry new and second-hand clothing and great jewels, bags and trinkets made by artists.  

They're open Wednesday-Saturday from 10am-8pm.
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« Reply #15 on: April 02, 2004 08:52:11 PM »

   The salvation army on rt. 1 in saugus is the mother of all thrift stores. They're HUGE, and constantly restocking...
  everyday they have a different dollar sale.... you know, red tags for a dollar....tra-la-la
    quite good if you're into re-crafting old clothes...
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« Reply #16 on: May 16, 2004 09:04:51 PM »

I like the Goodwill in Davis Square, Somerville the best. Two floors of stuff and generally really nice staff. They tend to give you price breaks if they know you. Salvation Army between Central and MIT is very tiny and crowded but sometimes has some good books and new stuff in the glass counter up front. But I haven't been to the Salvation Army in Saugus yet. Must try it some day!
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« Reply #17 on: May 20, 2004 01:48:09 PM »

Hello crafty Mass:

For about a year now I have been collecting vintage linens, bottles and also sorts of other "junk".  Having a very low craft ability I am seeking someone crafty to help me piece together pillows and curtians in exchange for materials, cash, whatever.

I also have two working vintage sewing machines, one of which is up for grabs to the helpful crafter.

If you can sew it, build it, make it happen, lemme know.

Best,
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« Reply #18 on: May 30, 2004 01:14:21 PM »

the hadassah way thrift shop at packard's corner is great. they have a different "sale" every day of the week (monday all accessories are 25% off, other days are clothes, etc.). they have a great selection of furniture, books, toys too. and they offer a student discoutn, which is great. they tend to give you a deal if you go in there a lot too. it's my favorite place in boston to thrift.
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« Reply #19 on: August 03, 2004 08:10:35 AM »

The Goodwill on Mass Ave in Central Sq Cambridge is my favorite place to buy books and the occasional pair of jeans, but it's really kind of small for anything else.  The Salvation Army on Rte 1 is amazing, though. I just wish I could figure out how to get there on the bus...

And (as of last summer, I haven't been there since), there is a tiny little thrift store in Union Square in Somerville. Not a great selection, but super cheap and you can sometimes haggle with the ladies who run the place.

Does anybody know what happened to the Saint Vincent de Paul thrift store ine Central Square? The last time I went there, some other store had moved into the space. Did it move, or just fold?
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« Reply #20 on: August 06, 2004 05:25:09 AM »

i don't remember a st vinny's in central, but there is a salvation army further down on mass ave from goodwill, like when you're heading towards shaws. it's really small but they have a TON of books. and if you find out how to get to the big salvation army by bus, please post!!!
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« Reply #21 on: August 06, 2004 11:37:08 AM »

i don't remember a st vinny's in central, but there is a salvation army further down on mass ave from goodwill, like when you're heading towards shaws. it's really small but they have a TON of books. and if you find out how to get to the big salvation army by bus, please post!!!

The St V's was next door to the oriental grocery, around the corner from Starbucks. I will totally have to check out the SA, though.  I didn't even know it was there-- guess I never walk that far down Mass Ave.

I think the 429 bus out of Malden Station goes somewhere in the direction of the big SA on Rte 1, but I don't think it will actually get you there. I'll keep perusing bus routes...
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« Reply #22 on: August 25, 2004 08:05:56 PM »

Cheap Chic
?? Franklin St.
Allston, MA

^^ Sorry about the vague address...I came across it the other day when I was lost in that area. It's near the Brighton St. intersection
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« Reply #23 on: April 22, 2005 05:05:20 PM »

Hi I have a thrift store downtown Malden.
> >
> > Right off orange line. Very busy store downtown seeks one item or multiple
> > items, cash
> >
> > or consignment option on the spot for any item, any category. I buy whole
> > apartments full, on a continuous basis. Keeping this 1600 sq ft store full
> > is hard to do. I need your help please. I buy, or you can consign. I'm
> > making appointments for next week, please view our website. (Under thrift
> > store) for a list of more items. Thanks
> >
> >
> >
> > This is a win-win deal; you consign fresh items or leftover yard sale
> items.
> > They are all documented, itemized, contracted. Then the items are labeled,
> > and priced. The customer buys the items, and then the item is written down
> > on our daily paperwork. Then the sales are transferred to Microsoft excel.
> > You will receive a check on the first week of every month with an itemized
> > listing printed up. If you want the items after 30 days please pick up any
> > leftover items, or the items will be either thrown away or donated to
> > Salvation Army. We can provide tax deduction information upon request.
> > Usually due to high traffic, 90% of all items are sold in the month. 30%
> of
> > the items sold on the first day alone. We are basically selling you 30
> days
> > of unbelievable retail space.
> >
> > This is a great opportunity for people who don't want to have a yard sale,
> > or people who are moving. You can not compare this to a yard sale. Most
> > people want to nickel, dime you, when they enter your home. We charge a
> fair
> > retail price that entices the customer to purchase the item right away, or
> > the chance of losing the opportunity to purchase these pre-approved items.
> > We take everything; we don't come into your house and select all expensive
> > items. We take everything except, clear glass, baskets, clothes or lamps.
> > Popular items include but are not limited to: Antiques, electronics,
> > jewelry, vcr or cassette tapes, woman's purses', collectibles and
> furniture.
> > We pick up items or you can bring us the items in the car.
> >
> > My father is an antique auctioneer. The Bayles' name means a lot to the
> > industry over the last two decades. My 12 years of antique experience,
> > combined with my 7 years of bringing box truck loads of items to flea
> > markets (Hollis, Revere, Rowley, Lynn) enables me to immediately know the
> > market value of any item. The addition to the business of my wife brings
> the
> > knowledge, and diligent unsurpassed work ethic that customers and clients
> > deserve. We provide an excellent, incomparable experience, you will tell
> all
> > of your friends. Word of mouth is spreading fast; we will become the best
> > thrift store in Ma period. Common items around the house including
> blenders,
> > toasters, and other common non-used items are turning into cash quickly.
> > Please call for a free, non-committing conversation on the new wave of
> > turning, items that are not used by you, into cash.
> >
> >
> >
> > Malden Center Thrift Store
> >
> > 88 pleasant St
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> > 02148
> >
> > Roy Bayles
> >
> > or 781 -388-0038
> >
> > gotantiques.net
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> > thanks
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« Reply #24 on: April 28, 2005 08:09:12 AM »

i don't think anyone mentioned Poor Little Rich Girl in Davis Square.  Its more of a vintage shop than a thrift shop i guess, but i have gotten some amazing deals in there everytime i go.  I got two lily pultzer (sp?) dresses in amazing condition for $10.00 each - they were on a sale rack, probably by mistake, and a great pair of black cocktail pumps for $18 and they are in new condition, and atleast 40 years old.  I love this shop, but its super small so give yourself time to hunt around. 

Other than that, the garment district in kendall/central and the Salvation Army in somerville on broadway heading towards winter hill are my favorite places to hunt for stuff.  I just buy whatever has fabric i like and restructure the stuff anyway, and since it seems like lots of us sew, its a lot cheaper than buying yards of fabric.
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« Reply #25 on: May 03, 2005 11:42:45 AM »

I have Cambridge abandonment issues--I moved out of Boston in 2002, yet I will still read and reply to these posts!  Cheesy

Anyway, a small, often overlooked spot in Cambridge is a church thrift store, I think it's Christ Church Thrift Shop, 17 Farwell Pl, which is a dead-end off of Brattle St, right past Church if you were going towards Arlington. 

I used to work at Burdick's which stares directly down that street, and I'd go buy cool stuff on my lunch break!  No one else was there but little old ladies!
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« Reply #26 on: May 17, 2005 07:22:53 AM »

957 Commonwealth Ave in Boston.  It's right off the Pleasant Street stop on the B line.  Great clothes (designer jeans for 20 bucks!) and a constantly rotating selection of uber-cute handbags.

Last time I was in there I bought a purse and four shirts and a ralph lauren dress for about 25 bucks.  And, if you have money burning a hole in your pocket the Jasmine Sola outlet is right next door- it's still too pricey for me, but some of ya'll might be rich  Grin

http://www.howiemack.com
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« Reply #27 on: November 25, 2005 09:54:37 PM »

Why donate to Salvation army or goodwill thrift stores in Ma? Malden Center Thrift Store & Buddy's Consignment shop! 88 & 86 Pleasant St
Malden Ma. The Bayles name has been in business going on twenty years strong!. Welcome to ibuyantiques.org home of Maria Bayles,   
Please call (508)494-1800 (781)388-0038
   Before you have a yard sale or throw anything in the trash, this could be your opportunity to turn your unwanted items into cash! We offer many
services for you such as Estate Sales, Auction, or if you want the cash right away, we'll buy the item(s) from you. We buy one item or whole estates.
Also quality consignments accepted for future auctions.   We also have a moving company named "The Moving Experts". We have three locations in
Ma. Malden, Wilmington, and Lowel. ibuyantiques.org have been doing antique auctions for over twenty years.             
Some of the things I'm interested in buying: Our last auction was a great success, please give us some more items for our
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« Reply #28 on: November 25, 2005 09:55:51 PM »

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Malden center thrift store
88 pleasant and 86 pleasant
malden ma 02148 off orange line
the best
gotantiques.net

Urban Renewals
122 Brighton Ave.
Allston/Brighton
Boston

Saint Vincent de Paul Thrift Shop
50 Prospect St.
Central Square
Cambridge

Savers locations:
http://www.savers.com/whoweare/us/ma.php

Goodwill thrift stores in the area:
http://goodwillmass.org

Salvation Army thrift stores:
http://www.salvationarmy-usaeast.org/cgi-bin/database/db.cgi?db=thrift2&uid=default&State=Massachusetts&sb=2&so=ascend&view_records=View+Records


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« Reply #29 on: November 26, 2005 01:27:50 AM »

Urban Renewals was having a 50% off sale on Friday, and I got some great stuff. I think I'll hit up Goodwill in Central tomorrow and see if I can continue my thrifting streak. Smiley
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« Reply #30 on: June 10, 2006 12:05:21 PM »

I have a national directory of thrift stores. I hope this helps..

http://www.thethriftshopper.com
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« Reply #31 on: June 17, 2006 07:33:20 PM »

957 Commonwealth Ave in Boston.  It's right off the Pleasant Street stop on the B line.  Great clothes (designer jeans for 20 bucks!) and a constantly rotating selection of uber-cute handbags.

Last time I was in there I bought a purse and four shirts and a ralph lauren dress for about 25 bucks.  And, if you have money burning a hole in your pocket the Jasmine Sola outlet is right next door- it's still too pricey for me, but some of ya'll might be rich  Grin

http://www.howiemack.com

Is this place still in business??  It sounds awesome, but the website is down Sad
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« Reply #32 on: August 24, 2006 08:04:43 PM »

I know it's not a thrift store per se, but I have gotten some MAJOR steals at Filene's Basement. I pop in there maybe once a week to keep an eye on those automatic reduction racks. (They're opening a new one on Newbury Street this fall...  Grin)
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