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Closing signs have recently popped up at the synagogue-turned-antiques and vintage shop Antiquarian's Delight. The store's really taken a nosedive over the past year, attracting one-star Yelp reviewers who aren't too happy about the shop's $1 entrance fee. [Passyunk Post]