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Woolrich Returns to Its PA Roots; Philly's Best Swimwear Shops; More!

STATEWIDE—The outdoor clothing company Woolrich is returning to its Pennsylvania roots with a promise to increase the yardage of wool produced in its Woolrich, PA woolen mill by 50% in 2013, and a USA-made collection of men's clothing from the brand will debut this fall.

CITYWIDE—If you have a getaway planned for Memorial Day weekend, it's probably time to ditch those decade-only bikinis and board shorts and upgrade your gear. These 13 Philly-area stores have what you need to hit the beach—from two-pieces and men's trunks to flip flops and cover-ups.

RITTENHOUSE—Follow this link for the scoop on Ubiq's Table Sale, which kicked off yesterday at Ubiq's Walnut Street location. (Hint: It involves some serious discounts.)

RITTENHOUSE—Arcadia's Rittenhouse location is closing for good on Sunday, which means only four days remain for you to weep your way through the boutique's closing sale. Expect up to 80% off the shop's inventory of women's apparel and shoes from the likes of Dolce Vita, Iosselliani, Mary Meyer, and Lauren Moffatt.

MANAYUNK—Manayunk's Three Potato Four will close its converted textile mill location at the end of the month, but worry not; the purveyor of vintage collectibles and antiques will rise again.
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