More Explorers of Dying Retail, Over On Retroist!

Oh yes, we’re walking the path of dated tile floors and empty storefronts once again!

A few weeks ago, I wrote about Dan Bell’s Dead Mall webseries, and in this Retroist article, I shine the harsh glow of neon ligthing from a buzzing local mall sign on another great webseries I recently started watching.

Head on over to Retroist and read all about it!

More Tales of Dying Retail: Ace’s Adventures

2 thoughts on “More Explorers of Dying Retail, Over On Retroist!

  1. we have one mall in Enid..and it is slowly but surely dying. There were over 150 stores..now there are six. The food court has been abandoned, the movie theater does 1/10th the movies they once did and even the big corner stores are closed. it’s sad.

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    • Isn’t it horrible? My mall has so many vacant stores, but thankfully isn’t a huge mall to make it look terrible. It’s bad enough though. It is also clean and well kept, but is overrun by teenagers and stores geared at younger people. I’m not even 35 yet and I can’t relate to this mall.

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