Renewed Goods - Vintage Men, Vintage Children - Repurpose

Friday, October 28, 2011

Saturday Oct. 29

Zombie Walk is happening on Pine Ave tomorrow as well as an attempt at the largest flash mob dance of Thriller. JjRowe and the shops on The Corner of 3rd & Elm Ave will be open till 10pm for Halloween fun. Show up in a costume and your purchase is tax free! And of course we'll candy for the kids, big kids too.
Visit for info.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Saturday, October 22, 2011

JjROWE - A Place for Lil' Cowboys and all their shopping needs

This lil' cowboy left the shop today rocking his new 1950's Junior Cowboy Gun Holster and Boots.  That smile is one reason we love doing what we do!

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Neighborhood Spotlight #3

Our friends around the corner at 3rd & Elm Ave are Justin and Myriam of The Hallway Spectacle.
They are the proud owners of the smallest vintage mall in Long Beach, CA.
It may be a small space but it's filled with some of the coolest finds for every man, woman and child.
From unique jewelry and barware to toy phones and rare dolls, The Hallway Spectacle also has custom
one off dresses for that special lady, made by Myriam. They are located at 405 E. 3rd St Long Beach, CA 90802. Sneak peak inside below....

Monday, October 17, 2011

New York

Just got back today my cousins wedding in upper New York. Good times with the family and of course we did some shopping for JjRowe. Items will be in the store this week.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

This weekend

We're in New York for a family wedding so we'll be closed Sunday but our good friends Chris and Sarah our opening the store for us today Saturday from 1pm to 8pm for your shopping convenience. Also, our neighbor Shortnin Bread is having their Grand Opening today! Make sure to stop on by. Their stuff is amazing.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Available now!

The new Hell on Wheels Calendar has arrived.
Order here or come by our shop to pick one up.
Cute girls with vintage motorcycles = awesome.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Mods Vs. Rockers

My buddy John and I rode out this morning to get breakfast at The Brix in Sunset Beach for the starting point of the Mods vs. Rockers ride. We had to take off before they all left for The Harp in Costa Mesa but plenty showed up early. Here's some pics, enjoy.

Monday, October 3, 2011

Big ole boots

It's safe to say that a majority of our mens boot collection range from 9 to 11. And over the past few weeks, we've had customer inquiries for small and larger sizes. As luck would have it, I picked up several 11+ size boots Sunday afternoon. I just finished cleaning and polishing them and applied a good dose of the magic bowling shoe disinfectant spray. They'll be in the shop this weekend and next our search is for some smaller boots.

Furniture rehab

Here's some Mid Century Danish furniture we picked up last week and will attempt to rehab ourselves. Give us some time and we'll have it in the shop soon enough, promise. The two chairs on the left recline, super cool. Also, have some workbenches we hope to either fit in our shop or display over at Inretrospect.

Double date

Sunday morning, JoAnna and I had a double date with good friends Chris and Sarah Friedman.
Armed with coffee and our tool bags, we set out for the junkyard for some fun and adventure but more importantly, to grab some cool parts for future use in custom bits we'll bring into the shop.
Here's a couple pics Chris shot,

And here's some of our loot I shot,

Sunday, October 2, 2011

What a weekend!

Grand Opening of Inretrospect on Saturday was met with extremely positive reviews and great sales. I got a chance to swing by yesterday and JoAnna did today and we are so very excited for our friends there. They have done an amazing job with the place and the vibe is splendid.
From 5pm to 10pm last night was the Soundwalk here in the East Village and if you didn't get a chance to see or hear it, it was definitely an experience. They had different and unique sound installations by 40 local and international artists from 1st St to 4th St and Elm Ave to Linden Ave. It was really a great time and we met some super cool folks as they all walked throughout the neighborhood experiencing the various installations, all for free! Word has it, the organizers were expecting a few thousand visitors to the area and I think they succeeded.
We're already looking forward to this event next year and plan to get more involved with it.
Hope you all had a great weekend and below is a picture of our small space at Inretrospect.