Christopher Sanchez and Susan Tenteromano's "Child Baker to Culinary Chef" is chock full of recipes.
The Bed-Stuy BrainStore is a free, open art studio for anyone in the community to use.
The book is one of the first produced by Showtime Publications.
The Franklin Avenue shop Natural Juice sells a small juice for only $3.
The Center for Jewish History's new rare book room includes volumes by Franz Kafka and Albert Einstein.
The Bedford-Stuyvesant Family Health Center provides parents with tips on reading to their children.
A TD Bank will open on West Eighth Street in 2015, the company confirmed.
While spending hours in hair and makeup before runway shows, models carve out serious reading time.
The store, which opened last week, will begin hosting a monthly book club and other literary events.
From comics to culinary books, the Lower East Side's history has sparked many page-turning tales.
Yorkville resident Brittany Geragotelis wrote "Life's a Witch" and "What the Spell?"
Dozens flocked to True South Book Store in Bed-Stuy after the owner, Monroe Brown, was hospitalized.
The all-volunteer bookstore is set to open July 26 at its new West 165th Street location.
Xavier Society for the Blind has cut its staff and is selling its East 23rd Street property.
The Little Free Library, which opened Sunday in Bennett Park, is an honor-system book trading post.
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