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Why You Can't Buy in Brooklyn: Social Media, Tech Workers Grabbing Homes

The number of buyers working in social media rose nearly 600 percent over the past year, a report found.

Upper East Side »

Secret Upper East Side Bookstore Being Evicted, Owner Says

Brazenhead Books owner Michael Seidenberg has been operating out of an UES apartment since 2008.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Teacher Opens Vintage Clothing Store

Stellah Johnson, 52, had been running Stellah's Vintage Groove online as an Etsy store.

Upper East Side »

Pinterest-Inspired Home Goods Store Set to Open on UES

Bleulili Home is planning to open on Third Avenue by the end of May.

Williamsburg »

Vintage Vendor Mixes Present and Past with Online Sales and a '70s Trailer

Laura Lanz-Frolio's Internet success has encouraged her to open a mobile shop in a 1970's trailer.

Columbus Circle »

Columbus Circle's Holiday Market Debuts With More Vendors and Crafts

The holiday market drew many more Etsy sellers this year, making it a destination for artisanal gifts.

East Village & Lower East Side »

East Village's 'Mosaic Man' Launches Line of Belt Buckles

The mosaic belt buckles made by Jim Power sell for $99 on Etsy.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Washington Heights Mom's Book Teaches Salvaging As Art

A Hudson Heights mother, editor for home repair magazine This Old House and a longtime salvager, releases a book with "22 Ideas for Turning Old House Parts Into New Treasures for Your Home."

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Secret Upper East Side Bookstore Delights Readers

A video posted on the craft about Michael Seidenberg's secret Upper East Side book shop, Brazenhead Books, went viral.