FAO Schwarz Back in Business

Dancers at FAO Schwarz

Dancers prepare to perform on a giant keyboard, a signature of the toy store FAO Schwarz. Reuters hide caption

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The famed toy store FAO Schwarz has been around for nearly 150 years. But it shut down 10 months ago to reorganize after filing for protection from creditors in bankruptcy court. Now the store has been revamped and restocked just in time for holiday shopping. NPR's Steve Inskeep reports.

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