Reporter Kimberly C. Moore chats with two business owners who graduated from the Downtown Farmers Curb Market to brick-and-mortar locations: Delta Ryan, whose Take Heart non-profit is opening a shop for fair-trade crafts on North Kentucky Avenue in the next few weeks, and Stacy Tabb, who co-owns Boondock Studios, which offers leather goods, artwork and art classes on Florida Avenue downtown. Other businesses with a physical location that started at the market: Swan Brewing, opening April 20 on Lake Wire, Born & Bread Bakehouse801 E. Main/The Poor Porker and Scout and Tag.

ALSO IN THE MORNING PAPER:

Source: The Ledger

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