Enjoying the Non-Virtual Pleasures of an Old Fashioned Flea Market Flea markets are thriving even though more people are shopping online. Linda Wertheimer visits a market in Nashville, Tenn., and talks to shoppers that prefer seeing and touching the merchandise before buying it.
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Enjoying the Non-Virtual Pleasures of an Old Fashioned Flea Market

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Enjoying the Non-Virtual Pleasures of an Old Fashioned Flea Market

Enjoying the Non-Virtual Pleasures of an Old Fashioned Flea Market

Enjoying the Non-Virtual Pleasures of an Old Fashioned Flea Market

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Flea markets are thriving even though more people are shopping online. Linda Wertheimer visits a market in Nashville, Tenn., and talks to shoppers that prefer seeing and touching the merchandise before buying it.