Amanda Malone sets up a margarita display at Whisk in Cary’s Waverly Place on  April 23. The specialty cooking store is among the small businesses that have moved into the open-air mall since the completion of a $15 renovation in 2012.
Amanda Malone sets up a margarita display at Whisk in Cary’s Waverly Place on April 23. The specialty cooking store is among the small businesses that have moved into the open-air mall since the completion of a $15 renovation in 2012. Photos by Virginia Bridges vbridges@newsobserver.com
Amanda Malone sets up a margarita display at Whisk in Cary’s Waverly Place on April 23. The specialty cooking store is among the small businesses that have moved into the open-air mall since the completion of a $15 renovation in 2012. Photos by Virginia Bridges vbridges@newsobserver.com

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