Jordan Heads Brooklyn is the first shop in NYC paying homage to the basketball player.
Willoughby General looks to bring accessible groceries to residents while working with local businesses.
A new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office was released Thursday, officials announced.
Tiffany Wright entered a local competition to gain exposure and sell her cookies to restaurants.
The Pinehurst Avenue restaurant closed this week after a little more than a year in business.
Alecia Bakery, a succesful wholesale company, will open its first store in Inwood.
Community Board 1's committee said it was against the public interest for Starbucks to serve alcohol.
From a Park Slope Ebola scare to complaints of "Internet people," check out the week's popular stories.
"Manhattan is a mall," The West owner said. "We don't have to accept that Brooklyn is on the same path."
The chef and founder of Smorg Jr.'s Goa Taco shared the start-up costs behind his food stand.
The open house will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday Aug. 22.
Owner Manuel Diaz said the cost for the space has doubled in the past five years.
The grant will help spruce up existing storefronts and draw new business to the avenue.
Emeline's in Bed-Stuy is the 2,000th business opened under the city's business acceleration program.
Firenze Restaurant has found a unique way to use the fence erected by the MTA.
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