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Take a trip down memory lane with these old Tempe business signs

They say the only constant in any city is change, and that’s true for Tempe, which has seen a string of hometown favorites close their doors over the years. 

However, they aren’t forgotten.

For those wanting to take a trip down memory lane, the Tempe History Museum is showcasing a collection of signs from historic Tempe, from Ted’s Hot Dogs to Hayden Flour Mill. 

The Show went to the museum to check out some Tempe gems that were gone too soon.

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Nate Boyle is an assistant producer for KJZZ's The Show. He is a recent graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.During his time at ASU, Boyle held host positions at ASU’s student radio station, Blaze Radio. He also worked as an audio/video communication specialist for ASU’s College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, where he produced the college’s student-led podcast, the Buzz.Outside of his work as a producer, Boyle enjoys reading and taking the occasional ski trip.