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USA Today named High Street in the Short North Arts District among “10 great American shopping streets” stating, “There’s nothing else like it in the United States.” Whether you’re in the market for some new clothes, home goods or baked goods, the Short North Arts District is a prime spot to browse. Boutiques like Rowe, Ladybird and Happy Go Lucky Her carry fashionable women’s clothing. Artisan Deluxe and Homage carry stylish men’s and women’s clothes, while Cub Shrub caters to the under-six set. Modern home goods can be found at Happy Go Lucky Home, Old World New Home and Samson Men's Emporium.

Hammond Harkins Gallery features the work of present-day local artists, and the alley-way Joseph Editions features limited-edition prints exclusively from Ohio artists. Brandt-Roberts Galleries specializes in mid-century works from local and international artists, and Lindsay Gallery works with local nationally acclaimed folk and outsider artists.