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We Are 1976

313 N. Bishop Ave.
Dallas, TX 75208
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Despite the name, it’s not a vintage store. This funky Bishop Arts Distric shop is basically Toys ‘R’ Us for adults. Find everything from limited-edition art prints, handmade stationery and graphic Ts to a whole host of Japanese imports from candy to stuffed plush doughnuts.

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