Candy Store owner opens urban pop-up shop

With three Candyality stores to run, Terese McDonald doesn’t have much down time.

But when a space opened up on the second floor of Water Tower Place, where her flagship candy store is located, McDonald couldn’t pass it up.

In early November, McDonald opened Cur8ev, a pop-up shop filled with quirky, artsy, tasty merchandise — everything from skull-shaped speakers and chunky necklaces to chili-spiked chocolates. (Read full article here.)

Proving that inspiriting can appear in the unlikeliest of places, candy store owner finds hers at Crate & Barrel. Finding the wide selecting of merchandize inside the store fascinating, she opens a pop-up store filled with urban items perfect for holiday gifting.

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