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Badlands Pawn in South Dakota is a 70,000 square foot facility that includes a gun range, tattoo shop, casino and radio station. Once a week, the pawn shop floor is converted into a concert space.
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The new Milk & Honey distillery in Tel Aviv is producing Israel's first single malt whisky. CNNMoney goes inside the distillery to find out why the owners think their kosher whisky will be a success.
These stylish, stainless-steel water bottles are a sensation around the world. Sarah Kauss started the company in her apartment back in 2009. Now she heads a team of 30 employees.
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DogVacay allows busy pet owners to leave their dogs with pet sitters instead of the kennel.
Hello Alfred allows customers to hire a shared neighborhood butler to tackle their to-do list.
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