Zero dollars

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Here's an appropriate recession-era gimmick: a store where everything is free. Sure, it's an art installation, but Free Store is living up to its name, complete with transactions and sales receipts. Patrons are encouraged to drop off their own merchandise for the store to "sell," replenishing the supply. The store, in lower Manhattan, is open through the end of March.

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