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Brooklyn Heights’ Plymouth Church, at 75 Hicks Street, has started up a once-a-week market called the Underground Thrift Store. The store is open on Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. and sells vintage offerings for men, women and children. To continue Plymouth’s historic anti-slavery mission, 25 percent of the store’s net proceeds will go to support the fight against human trafficking and modern day slavery. You can see some interior shots of the space here. Looks fantastic! GMAP
Photo by Aki Tucci