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An article in the Inquirer claims that East Passyunk Avenue retail has found its niche: catering to the 'working couple demo,' shoppers who come either for dinner or drinks when they leave work. EPA retailers, like
Fashion Fabric Horse, are successful because they stay open in the evenings, capturing the growing after-dark crowd. [Inquirer]