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Now go, cat, go! In business for nine years, Blue Suede Shoes claims to be the largest antique mall in Arkansas. Whether that's true or not, the massive store is definitely in the running. It has 250 vendors in 460 booths covering 32,000 square feet. Plan to spend half the day there. The vintage clothes and jewelry are spectacular and in pristine condition, but expect to pay for that.

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