All posts tagged "shops"

  • The Line of Beauty: Cow & Co

    Tucked behind the outer limits of Liverpool ONE, Cow&Co shows there is another way. A design store lovingly created, and born of a desire to...

  • Liverpool – Land of the Supermarkets

    The British have a delightfully dysfunctional relationship with supermarkets. On the one hand, we’re continually being told that they’re the bad guys – selling us...

  • Made-Here, Right Now

    A pop up shop we're praying was more permanent, Made-Here is a statement of intent, and a show of strength. David Lloyd talks to Kate...

  • Laura’s Little New Arrival

    We all love Laura's Little Bakery's perfect parcels of goodness at Bold Street Coffee. Now the city's go-to cake-maker is about to set up her...

  • Radar: Capstan’s Bazaar at Leaf

    Looking for something a little different and more locally sourced than the gifts on display in Liverpool ONE? We've found a new art and craft...

  • Fur? No Thanks Cricket.

    What will you be wearing this winter? Us, we're with Leona Lewis. There's no place for fur in fashion. Shame there is in Cricket, though...

  • Super store: Shopping in L8

    Toxteth's not all the big Tesco you know - get down to Lodge Lane's L8 Superstore, even if you don't want to buy anything...

  • The Noise That Refused To Be Dealt With

    What next for the Met Quarter? We don't know, because they wouldn't speak to us...

  • The County Show

    Few roads in the city are as idiosyncratic, colourful or independently minded as Walton's County Road. David Lloyd celebrates the street life, and shops signs,...

  • TJ Hughes – department store as theatre

    TJ Hughes is on the edge of oblivion, 99 years after its founder opened the first Liverpool store. Robin Brown went to say goodbye to...

  • So, Farewell Then, T.J. Hughes

    Another city-born retail institution is teetering on the edge. Can the city live on Liverpool ONE alone? David Lloyd doesn't think so.

  • Pop Up Art

    Dot Art bring local art to the Met Quarter in a series of pop up shops this year - the next one's scheduled for half...

  • The Real Value of Tesco?

    As Liverpool's largest Tesco opens, is it time to celebrate a reversal of fortunes for the Dingle? Or should its resilient local traders be more...