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Eastern-cuisine restaurant will open on 4th St. N

By Times Staff Writer
Published December 16, 2007


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Those baffled by the banner will find out in January just what is going into the storefront at 6931 Fourth St. N. Tanglin's, a spinoff of downtown's Moon Under Water in the form of an Eastern-cuisine restaurant, will open soon. Owner Alan Lucas said Tanglin's is named for a road in Singapore but also for a famous British club there. Tanglin's will feature a new creation, the bombaly, which Lucas says is a kind of Indian pizza served on flat bread with a curry sauce instead of a marinara. Tanglin's also will have other curry dishes, as well as sandwiches and salads.

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Blockbuster to close store, rework model

Blockbuster is consolidating and closing one of its older stores as it reworks its business model. The store at 4301 Fourth St. N will stop renting movies Jan. 6, begin a sale of its inventory and close its doors a week later. Blockbuster representatives said their lease was up on the 19-year-old store, and they thought they could serve the market with stores at 194 37th Ave. N and 9300 Fourth St. N. Blockbuster also is adding a few stores and ramping up digital delivery techniques and other services that will still require physical stores.

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Goodwill bargains now at online store

Goodwill Industries-Suncoast has launched an online store, www.goodwilltoo.com, giving shoppers a new way to hunt for bargains. Other regional branches of Goodwill Industries post donated items on auction sites, but Goodwill-Suncoast is the first to offer a fixed-price online store.

[Last modified December 15, 2007, 22:00:41]


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