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Evangeline “Cookie” Nikolakopoulos sits inside her antiques shop at 41 James St. in Homer.

Homer antiques store relocates

Staff Reporter

HOMER — Evangeline “Cookie” Nikolakopoulos’ antiques have found a new home.
Now quartered in Main Street Antiques at 3 S. Main St., Nikolakopoulos’ wares have begun making the short trip to 41 James St.
Nikolakopoulos is grateful her new location will be on the first floor of a building in comparison to her current location, which sits above women’s apparel and fashion accessories business Bev & Co, she said.
“Second floor is very difficult to do business, especially with antiques,” Nikolakopoulos said, adding it is difficult carrying the furniture up and down the steps.
She plans to open the James Street property for business Tuesday, she said.
Her new location is the painted brick building across from the village police station.





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