Uncle Tony's Donut Shoppe record store scheduled to close this week

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In late November, a quirky little shop appeared in the Milk District at Spacebar selling everything a musicophile with money to burn could ask for. Uncle Tony’s Donut Shoppe  may not have much in the way of tasty fried dough, but they do offer delectables such as 12- and 7-inch vinyl records, eight-tracks, cassette tapes, T-shirts, rare music memorabilia, DJ accessories and used equipment.

Located at 2428 E. Robinson St., this fun little pop-up shop is closing on the last day of 2014, so get down there before it’s gone. Pop-up store hours are Monday 9 a.m.–7 p.m., Tuesday 9 a.m.–5 p.m. and Wednesday 9 a.m.¬–7 p.m.


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