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Pandora to Open on Austin Street in August

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July 5, 2018 By Tara Law

Jewelry chain Pandora is opening a store on Austin Street this August, a spokesperson for the company confirmed today.

Pandora, a jewelry company best known for its charm bracelets, will open the store at 70-37 Austin Street. The shop is the former location of women’s clothing store Diva’s NY.

The company offers affordable, hand-finished jewelry. Besides bracelets, Pandora also sells and manufactures rings, earrings and necklaces.

Pandora was founded in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1982. Today its jewelry is for sale in more than 100 countries around the world.

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Concerned Citizen

How is it that a music streaming service and a jewelry store have the same name? And why does each use the name of a guitar like string instrument that was popular in the Renaissance?

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Jojo

What is going on with the spaces next to 70-37 Austin, former spaces of Vanilla Sky ice cream shop and the leather jacket store. Looks like someone bought both spaces.

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