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Bed-Stuy »

Learn How to Start Worker-Owned Businesses With Free Classes in Bed Stuy

The Bed-Stuy Cooperative Project looks to create community ownership and boost the area's economy. 

Washington Heights »

Uptown Florist Shop Closes After Almost 100 Years in Business

Owner Betty Zafiros cited personal health issues as the reason for the closure.

Inwood »

Inwood Cupcake Shop Tonnie's Minis Reopens After Closing Twice in Past Year

"I once thought I had lost anyone who came into this store because of the closures," Tonnie Rozier said.

Fort Greene »

Pratt Students Transform Myrtle Avenue Storefronts Into Gallery

"Drawings Along Myrtle" will feature works by more than 20 Pratt students, alumni and local artists.

Upper East Side »

Longtime Dry Cleaner Booted So Starbucks Can Move In

Piermont Cleaners has been on the corner of 80th Street and Second Avenue for nearly 30 years.

Upper East Side »

Wine Bar's Fundraiser Supports Volunteers Who Bring Music to Hospitals

Kaia, a South African wine bar on the Upper East Side, is raising money for nonprofit Musicians on Call.

Fort Greene »

Moms Launch 'Camp Fort Greene' to Offer Summer Adventures Close to Home

Campers will see a local artist's studio, visit a community garden and do arts and crafts activities.

Red Hook »

All-Night Hackathon Connects Skilled Developers and Tech Fans in Red Hook

Hack Red Hook will be held at Pioneer Works from April 18 to April 19 in Red Hook.

Fort Greene »

Ft. Greene Start-up Delivers Locally Bought Ingredients to Home Cooks

What's for Supp caters to locals who want to cook at home but can't make it to the market.

Bushwick »

Business Owners Push Bushwick Mall Developer to Keep National Chains Out

Bushwick residents want the mall's developer to commit to renting only to local businesses.

New York City »

Cyber Monday Set to be Busiest Ever

Cyber Monday shoppers spent more than ever as they looked for deals and bargains online.