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Sassy Square-side store satisfies satirical souls

The Woodstock Independent and Jackass Charm Soap
Independent photo by Ken Farver Ruthie Sudsalot, aka Valerie Deegan-Johnson, proprietor of Jackass Charm Soap, sits on a vintage settee in the newly opened store at 228 N. Benton St., where she sells her own products as well as a wide variety of handpicked consignment products with an edge.
When you walk into Jackass Charm Corner Store, there is a lot to take in, despite the small space. You are likely to notice the vintage settée flanked by a […]
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