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Cultural references

  • In November 2010, a piece of installation art called £100 Shop was exhibited in Dalston, London, presenting items from a pound shop as if they were unique luxury items. The items were genuinely offered for sale, albeit with a labyrinthine sales contract.<ref name="100gbp">{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation

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  • The 1976 play and 1982 film Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean
  • The 1986 song Love at the Five and Dime by Nanci Griffith, a hit for Kathy Mattea
  • The song Summer of '69 by Bryan Adams mentions that he bought a guitar at the Five and Dime
  • The song Raspberry Beret by Prince mentions that he worked at the Five and Dime

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