Sunday, June 29, 2008

Kill Devil Hill

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The praise hasn't stopped since Mark Christopher Straiton [Cowboy Mark to music lovers] and Mary Beatrice Brockman opened their fabulously eclectic boutique in Greenpoint Brooklyn a couple weeks ago.

Kill Devil Hill was listed in the New York Times style magazine last week as one of the six top new stores in the United States:

Kill Devil Hill (gifts, housewares, accessories) | Brooklyn, N.Y.
Greenpoint’s gentrification continues with the arrival of Kill Devil Hill, a well-appointed shop with a honky-tonk vibe. Its co-owners channeled the American frontier while stocking their general-store-style shop. Greenpoint pioneers can find a nice assortment of retro curiosities for the home, in particular some Civil War-inspired gaiters designed by Seana Gordon ($160) or a genuine calf skull ($400).
170 Franklin Street (between Kent and Java streets)

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If you're in the market for "vintage clothes, furniture, industrial machines, tools, audio gear, bones, taxidermy, lighting, car parts, antlers, and american dreams," this is the place.

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