Antique Alley in the New York Times Travel Section Click Here to Read the ArticleAnd a published comment on this article by one of our owners:Dr Mauri Collins1401 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV 89104Then there's the rest of South Main Street.Walk down a block or two, past Oddities - who pride themselves on their reputation for having the weirdest inventory in the state, and the Clock shop where you can get your antique and vintage clocks repaired to another up-and-coming Main Street block. Here you'll find local-women-owned Main Street Peddlers Antique Mall next to 3D's Antiques; a little further down is Green Lantern Antiques and Sin City Pickers.This end of the street also shaping up as a a mini-garment district with Tatyana's, offering the finest in women's vintage and retro-inspired clothing and accessories. Across the street from them is Waves for mostly men's retro urban wear and shoes. A block further down you can find Cleopatra's Treasures, specializing in retro Designer fashions.Opening soon is Jammin on Vegas, the only tie-dye store in Las Vegas, who will be offering 'squirt-a-shirt' tie dye workshops and making and marketing their own JamminOn and Warrior Within Collective clothing lines (they also do the clothing line for Cannibition in the Fremont Street Experience.) Another unique store on this block is KANA, offering CBD products of all kinds, including CBDs for your pets. They will soon be joined by Kemistry - a hookah lounge - offering custom blended tobaccos. Further down the street, Clay Arts is a haven for potters and ceramic artists and hobbyists.So step down the street, past the strings of cafe lights, to find some of the other unique Main Street neighborhood stores.