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Taking a mall-walk down mall-memory lane

November 13, 2011
Sarah Sepanek - Columnist ( , Tribune Chronicle |

Long before the Internet offered the ease of shopping without worrying about finding a parking space, annoying salespeople or judgment, everyone went to the mall. The mall was a microcosm that contained everything one could want or need, along with a complex strata of citizens (from the mall cops down to the crazy old guys who glue stuff to their hats). To quote Roseanne, "You can live, die, and learn how to play the organ all under one roof."



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