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Bed-Stuy »

Michael Jordan Consignment Store Sells Pre-Owned Sneakers in Bed-Stuy

Jordan Heads Brooklyn is the first shop in NYC paying homage to the basketball player. 

Bed-Stuy »

Store Aims to Bring Locally-Sourced Groceries to Bed-Stuy

Willoughby General looks to bring accessible groceries to residents while working with local businesses.

Red Hook »

Sandy Federal Loans Took Twice as Long for Small Businesses, Report Says

A new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office was released Thursday, officials announced.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Bakers Compete for a Chance to Launch Their Own Businesses

Tiffany Wright entered a local competition to gain exposure and sell her cookies to restaurants. 

Hudson Heights »

Upscale Hudson Heights Eatery Rusty Mackerel Closes After Only a Year

The Pinehurst Avenue restaurant closed this week after a little more than a year in business.

Inwood »

Inwood Baker to Open First Retail Shop on Sherman Ave.

Alecia Bakery, a succesful wholesale company, will open its first store in Inwood.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg Starbucks' Liquor License Rejected by CB1 Committee

Community Board 1's committee said it was against the public interest for Starbucks to serve alcohol.

Park Slope »

What Happened in New York This Week: 9 Stories You Need to Read

From a Park Slope Ebola scare to complaints of "Internet people," check out the week's popular stories.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg Coffee Shop Says Starbucks Booze License Would Kill Small Biz

"Manhattan is a mall," The West owner said. "We don't have to accept that Brooklyn is on the same path."

Park Slope »

Here's How Much it Costs to Start a Tiny Food Stand Business

The chef and founder of Smorg Jr.'s Goa Taco shared the start-up costs behind his food stand.

East Harlem »

La Marqueta Hosts Open House for Vendors Looking for Retail Space

The open house will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday Aug. 22.

Inwood »

Dyckman Seaman Grocery to Close After 26 Years

Owner Manuel Diaz said the cost for the space has doubled in the past five years. 

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.

Bed-Stuy »

New Family-Owned Bed-Stuy Diner is City's 2,000th Accelerated Business

Emeline's in Bed-Stuy is the 2,000th business opened under the city's business acceleration program.

Upper East Side »

Second Ave. Restaurant Brightens Construction Fence with Hanging Garden

Firenze Restaurant has found a unique way to use the fence erected by the MTA.

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