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Carroll Gardens »

Third-Generation Carroll Gardens Clothing Store Still Going Strong

Marietta's at 392 Court Street has been run by three generations of the same family since 1940.

East Harlem »

More than 53,000 Artists Apply for 89 Affordable Harlem Apartments

The El Barrio Artspace on E. 99th St. got more than 53,000 applicants for just 89 units, officials said.

Cobble Hill »

Recession Art Bids Farewell to Bergen Street Gallery

The gallery, which showcases "affordable" art from emerging artists, will close at the end of January.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Locals Want CB2's Website to Reflect the Tech-Savvy Nabes it Serves

Community Board 2's website has not been updated in two years and they have no social media presence.

New York City »

New York Restaurants Use Instagram to Gain an Edge

New York eateries are embracing Instagram and social-media platforms to stay ahead of the competition.

New York City »

'Made in NYC' Shopping Site Helps Local Businesses Recover From Sandy

Online shopping site "Made in NYC" is back up and running to help local businesses affected by Sandy.

Downtown Brooklyn »

High School Girls Hack into Male-Dominated Cybersecurity Industry

All-girl teams attempt to break into the male-dominated field of cybersecurity at NYU-Poly.  


DUMBO-based Etsy Should Prohibit the Sale of Racist Dolls, Petition Says

An online petition accuses Etsy of allowing the sale of racist Golliwog, Sambo, and Mammy dolls.

Financial District »

Expanded WiFi Service Brings Faster Web Surfing to Lower Manhattan

The Downtown Alliance has partnered with law firm WilmerHale to expand WiFi coverage Downtown.

East Village »

Nuyorican Poets Cafe Uses Live-Streaming to Reach Worldwide Audience

The Nuyorican Poets Cafe is now streaming events in real time around the world.

West Village »

Porn Stars Offer Relationship Advice at Workshops

Porn stars give sex and relationship advice in a series of city-based live workshops and online videos.

New York City »

TV, Film Industries Bring $7.1 Billion to NYC

Productions provided an economic boon to the city last year.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Former Finance Whiz Launches Online Affordable Art Business

Giorgio Piccoli, 27, turned his own problems finding affordable art into a Flatiron-based startup.

Manhattan »

Quinn and City Council Turn to Kickstarter to Jumpstart Jobs

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn is teaming with kickstarter to help boost business ventures.

Midtown & Theater District »

Seamless Delivery's Arrival in Midtown Met by Popcorn-Hungry Bloomberg

Seamless online delivery celebrated its new headquarters near Bryant Park Tuesday.