Dave Olson, Published June 28 2013
Trade Talk: Broadway clothing store caters to women and men
The store offers women’s apparel and men’s casual wear.
It is owned by Julie Robbins, who also owns the Pinch & Pour store next door, which sells fine oils, balsamic vinegar and spices.
Fowlers Heritage hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. It is closed Sunday and Monday. The hours may change in the future.
The phone number at the store is (701) 356-7778.
MinDak Gold Buyers, which has done business out of the Moorhead Center Mall for a little more than a year, is changing its address and its name.
MinDak Gold Exchange will open Monday at 514 Broadway in Fargo, said owner Jack Seaman.
Seaman said the name change reflects the fact the business is expanding into the selling of gold, silver coins and bullion.
Heather AnnZ Salon, which is operated by independent hairstylist Heather Ann Zibell at 1801 45th St. S. in Fargo, now has a website and offers online scheduling.
Clients can find the website at www.heatherannzsalon.com.
Mobile device users can find a mobile-optimized version of the website at www.m.heatherannzsalon.com.
The salon’s phone number is (701) 640-2175.
Zibell based her business, which she opened in 2008, largely on referrals before launching the website.
Sherry Bosh, owner of VAVA Boutique in Uncorked Downtown in downtown Fargo, is closing the store to devote more time to a store she operates in Cormorant Village, Minn.
Bosh said in a posting on the company’s Facebook page she is considering re-opening in a new location in late summer or early fall.
Meanwhile, The Candy Bar, a nostalgic candy store that opened at 514 Broadway in downtown Fargo in fall 2011 and later moved to West Fargo, has closed for good.
In an email sent out confirming the status of the store, the owners did not elaborate on their decision to close The Candy Bar.
Kebab King coming
A new restaurant will open soon at 2424 13th Ave. S. in Fargo.
Owner Burhan Ali said the Kebab King will feature authentic Kurdish and Middle Eastern dishes, many of them based on family recipes.
“My grandpa was a kebab maker,” said Ali, who anticipates the restaurant will be ready to open by Aug. 1, or possibly earlier.
Readers can reach Forum reporter Dave Olson at (701) 241-5555