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Kidville Opens on the Upper West Side


Thanks to Kidville’s second location, Upper West Side tots have reached multi-million-dollar country-club parity with the Upper East Side. The vibrant, primary-color facility has indoor and outdoor playgrounds, an in-house designer-clothes shop (pictured), plus developmental classes like Bach to Rock, Big Muscles for Little Babies, and Run, Wiggle, Paint & Giggle. Membership is $395 to $695 plus class purchase from $685 (466 Columbus Ave., nr. 82nd St.; 212-362-7792).

At Amaridian, Fraser Conlon stocks handmade home décor from his homeland of South Africa. Expect to see everything from driftwood sculptures and woven baskets to Ardmore ceramics (31 Howard St., at Crosby St.; 917-463-3719).

Theory’s new Soho store is just for women’s clothes and accessories (151 Spring St., nr. Wooster St.; 212-226-3891).

And Anthropologie’s massive new store has 22,000 square feet to showcase new design collaborations with Anna Sui, Tracy Feith, Odessa Whitmire, and Ruby Canner (50 Rockefeller Plaza, nr. 50th St.; 212-246-0386).


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