I was on Nason Street today and was delighted to see that not only was Picker's Pocket finally open, but that they were also putting things out on the sidewalk to draw customers. And then I saw noticed that among the items on the sidewalk was a going-put-of-business sandwich-board sign.
I hope they don't try to claim that they weren't getting the traffic that they hoped for. That would be a joke. You can't get any traffic if you don't open your doors or keep regular hours. I'm downtown every day—yes, every day—and I can't remember when I last saw the store open.
I will try to get down there soon to see what gives. In the meantime, if any of you know what the story is, please let me know.