See the latest updates on these five Austin-area businesses.

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Buffalo Exchange

The Tucson-based fashion resale shop offers clothing and accessories in a range of styles from vintage to trending, designer and more. Built on a buy-sell-trade business model, Buffalo Exchange allows the public to bring their items to the store for employees to select and either purchase or offer trade-in credit.Radio/East

Radio/East offers a full bar as well as espresso drinks and drip coffee. Food will be available from Veracruz All Natural, Side Eye Pie and Shortwave Diner. It will also offer live music and community events. Radio Coffee & Beer is owned by father-son duo Greg and Jack Wilson who brought on Rick Pierik, owner of Nine Mile Records, and Managing Partner Trey Hudson to manage Radio/East.Coming soon

Antonelli’s Cheese

Started by locals John and Kendall Antonelli, the couple will open a tasting room at Lamar Union in the former Estilo Outlet space in early 2024. Antonelli’s Cheese will offer tastings and pairings, classes to educate those attending about all things cheese, and evening-out events. The tasting room will also serve cheese trays and offer Antonelli's popular Cheese Club.In the news

Postino Wine Café

According to a recent filing with the state of Texas, chain wine bar Postino Wine Café will open a South Austin location on South Lamar Boulevard near Odd Duck and Ramen Tatsu-Ya by mid-2024. While Postino Wine Café has a range of wines to choose from by the glass or bottle, it also offers food choices from appetizers to charcuterie boards and more.Closings

Path Salon

After 16 years at 3100 S. Congress Ave., Ste. 2C, local owner Ryan Driggers closed the hair salon’s South Austin shop and relocated to North Austin at 6101 Balcones Drive, Ste. 101. Path Salon offers a range of services including haircuts, coloring, extensions, blowouts and updos, in addition to hair care products by Kevin Murphy and Oribe.