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Vanessa Lurie says she's always been a collector of fine, vintage things. That's why she says it was a logical step for her and her husband, Dan, to sell things from her always-growing, curated collection. In 2010, they opened Wanderlust, the city's first mobile vintage shop, inside an equally vintage trailer. Having outgrown the space, the Luries have now opened their first brick and mortar in Kerns, and, because the new shop is at least seven times as big as their mobile shop, you can expect to find a much larger collection of men's and women's jackets, sweaters, belts, hats, and slips, mostly dating from the 1950s and ’60s, as well as locally made prints and greeting cards. And despite the new digs, the Luries haven't retired the trailer. Expect to see it every so often at neighborhood fairs and festivals. Chad Walsh, 8/7/2012