Retro sign of progress


Mural artist Duane Richard, left, and John Sodini work on the newest mural to hit downtown Wilmington, near the intersection of Mulberry Street and Main Street. A ribbon-cutting was held in May for Rome Jewelers and Everyday Chic Boutique at their newly renovated and expanded location in the historic Samuel Walker building on West Main Street.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Mural artist Duane Richard, left, and John Sodini work on the newest mural to hit downtown Wilmington, near the intersection of Mulberry Street and Main Street. A ribbon-cutting was held in May for Rome Jewelers and Everyday Chic Boutique at their newly renovated and expanded location in the historic Samuel Walker building on West Main Street.

Mural artist Duane Richard, left, and John Sodini work on the newest mural to hit downtown Wilmington, near the intersection of Mulberry Street and Main Street. A ribbon-cutting was held in May for Rome Jewelers and Everyday Chic Boutique at their newly renovated and expanded location in the historic Samuel Walker building on West Main Street.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Mural-work.jpgMural artist Duane Richard, left, and John Sodini work on the newest mural to hit downtown Wilmington, near the intersection of Mulberry Street and Main Street. A ribbon-cutting was held in May for Rome Jewelers and Everyday Chic Boutique at their newly renovated and expanded location in the historic Samuel Walker building on West Main Street. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal
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