A new short film calls on viewers to support a strugging East Village business impacted by construction.
Colorina Kids, which operated for almost 50 years, also recently shuttered.
Participants have a shot at a share of $150,000 in prize money for their businesses.
The fastest growth was in Brooklyn, where the number increased 77 percent.
The store will be the first permanent tenant in the The Stack's ground-floor retail space.
Brooklyn FoodWorks will offer a 24/7 commercial kitchen space and workshops to entrepreneurs.
Reynold's was one of the last Irish bars in a neighborhood once teeming with pubs.
Councilman Robert Cornegy wants legislation to extend anti-harassment protections to commercial tenants.
Tonnie's Minis will be featured on the show, which aims to transform struggling small businesses.
The Democratic National Committee chose Philadelphia over Brooklyn for the presidential convention.
The store will offer discounts on a selection of its wine as it prepares to close.
Owner Betty Zafiros cited personal health issues as the reason for the closure.
The tech company worked with the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce to support its "GoDigital!" campaign.
Siblings Dan and Morgan Sevigny run three tree stands in Brooklyn and deliver to all five boroughs.
I Like Mike's pop-up store is among several in the area opening for the shopping season.
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