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Owners of TexaKona Coffee Museum & Cafe change shop interior to better protect customers
COVID-19 has caused many shops and stores to adjust to a new way of conducting business, including TexaKona Coffee Museum & Cafe.
GALLERY: John and Judy Gay Library in McKinney debuts 15,000 square-foot expansion
The John and Judy Gay Public Library has added an additional 15,217 square feet of space to an expansion that is finally complete.
Local businesses Rockin' A B, Birds & Words relocate in downtown McKinney
Rockin' A B has relocated from 109 W. Virginia St., Ste. 101, McKinney, to 113 N. Kentucky St., Ste. 102, McKinney. The store officially opened in its new location on July 11. It moved into the former location of Birds & Words.
Performance Nutrition now serving healthy shakes and teas in Richardson
Performance Nutrition opened April 13 at Galatyn Park Urban Center. The shop, located at 2301 Performance Court, Ste. 103, Richardson, offers a variety of teas, protein coffees and meal replacement shakes, including a birthday cake shake and watermelon tea.
Lifestyles Furniture offers contemporary home options in Lewisville
Lifestyle Furniture opened June 7 at 2414B S. Stemmons Freeway, Lewisville. The store offers contemporary home furniture as well as mattresses and spring boxes. Lifestyle has had some delays in creating its website due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the business hopes to have it online soon.
Former owner of Circa 2000 in Plano to open hybrid consignment store on Preston Road
The owner behind The Shops at Legacy’s Circa 2000 Fine Apparel, which closed in June, is preparing to open a new, unnamed Plano clothing store in August at 1900 Preston Road, Ste. 131. The new store is expected to feature a hybrid business model, offering some new clothes for sale as well as high-end consignment clothing.
Best Buy joins other retailers in requiring face coverings in stores
Best Buy has joined Walmart, Kroger and Sam's Club in requiring face coverings in stores for both customers and employees. The company released a statement requiring face coverings as of July 15. Best Buy will provide a face covering if a customer does not have one, the release stated.
Miranda Jaimes, Liesbeth Powers, Daniel Houston, Makenzie Plusnick and Haley Morrison contributed to this report.