PEORIA – Hindsight is 20/20, so the saying goes. But for Logan Milligan, it really is.
The 27-year-old Peoria native opened his shop, Hindsight, which focuses on vintage clothing and skateboard decks, among other things, after he began to miss the old concert shirts that he used to wear as a kid.
“I used to wear them all the time, and then I went through a time when I thought it wasn’t cool,” he said. “Then it came back, and I looked back with hindsight on how much I really enjoyed and missed that time.
With tears in his eyes, Brandon Todd accomplished a lifelong dream over the weekend.
Todd opened his clothing store The Mind Clothing on Main Street Saturday morning.
“I feel like history is made for me and my family,” Todd said. “This is a celebration. You all know where I came from a year ago. I was in a life changing accident and to overcome that, and to stay resilient through it all took a lot.”
Last March, Todd pulled over on a street to help a stranded motorcyclist when he was struck by a vehicle that caused him to lose
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