One, in a crisp blazer and stick-straight hair, is all business; another. her manifestation of a hunched homeless man hobb. While Lincoln Village may have been tied to the future, it wasn’t a radical break with the past. Except for the Mandel Brothers department store (a 21,000 square-foot space later taken over by Wieboldt’s), the shops were all local mom-and-pop businesses.The developer, Shinner, took great pride having attracted small business…