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Williamsburg »

Fashionista Takes Her Style on the Road With Boutique in a Truck

A Bronx entrepreneur bought a truck when she found rents were too high to open a boutique.

Fort Greene »

Myrtle Avenue to Get $50K to Attract New Business

The grant will help spruce up existing storefronts and draw new business to the avenue.

Unionport »

No-Kill Bronx Animal Shelter at Risk of Closing, Founder Says

New Beginning shelter has experienced severe financial troubles over the past few months.

Port Morris »

Bronx Brewery to Start Making Beer in Its Home Borough

The brewery will have its grand opening on Saturday, August 2.

Hunts Point »

Bronx Thrift Shop Offers Quality Goods From Abandoned Storage Units

A Hunts Point Avenue shop scores high-end merchandise from left-behind storage spaces.

Red Hook »

Home/Made Owners End Dinner Service at Van Brunt Street Restaurant

The restaurant will discontinue its dinner menu and expand to weekday brunch, owners said Tuesday.

Bushwick »

Bodegas Rake It In With Bushwick Open Studios

Although some bodega owners were unaware of the festival they saw an unprecedented sales jump.

Inwood »

Inwood Shops Remain Open for Business in Wake of Dyckman Street Fire

The April 27 fire sparked on the Dyckman Street building that houses Just Plastics and Tread Bike Shop.

Upper East Side »

New Twitter-Style 'TV Guide' Makes Tweeting Easier

Entrepreneur Rob Schutz has launched the "Chirp Guide" to help webgoers find live Tweet streams.

Forest Hills »

Forest Hills Businesses Get Big Boost After FEMA Moves In

The agency moved its New York headquarters to the former JetBlue building after Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

Mayoral Candidates Try to Woo Skeptical Business Community

At a Crain's forum, the four Democrats vying to become mayor debated the city's economic future.

Greenpoint »

Relaunched Greenpoint Chamber of Commerce Recruits New Members

The new entity is a satellite of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce.

Chelsea »

Decades-Old Ninth Avenue Barbershop Finds New Home Nearby After Eviction

New Barber Shop, long a fixture in Chelsea, recently moved to a spot on West 18th Street.

Crown Heights »

For Businesses in Central Brooklyn, a Silver Lining in Sandy's Dark Cloud

Spared the brunt of the storm, local businesses in central Brooklyn saw success after the hurricane.

Harlem »

Harlem Takes Branding Cues From Meatpacking District at Business Event

Neighborhood boosters said they want to help businesses but maintain the integrity of the Uptown hub.

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