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The business of ‘New Age’

An Oakland shop called Psychic Reality is closing, but that doesn’t deter Akemi Weaver from the “New Age” business. She dreams of opening a shop selling crystals, wind chimes, dreamcatchers and other objects thought to come with a spiritual value beyond their retail price. But people will have their doubts, Weaver found. “It means I have to figure out how to make new age stuff relevant to more people.” More on Youth Radio.

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This entry was posted on March 2, 2015 by in Youth Radio and tagged , , .

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