The owner of eShave, soon to open on Third Avenue, said her products make men and women irresistible.
The Madison Avenue Business Improvement District said 14 stores have already opened in 2013.
Two of the injured people were transported to New York Downtown Hospital.
The man waltzed from the store with a Cartier Ballon Bleu wristwach, police said.
Something Sweet Bakeshop is looking for investors and a baker to get going again.
Charlie Sahadi, who owns 'Sahadi's', pushed for PARK Smart to be implemented on Atlantic Avenue.
The longtime owner of Frenchman on First Ave. retired due to health concerns late last year.
The owners of 79th Street Pharmacy believe they offer personal service and warmth that sets them apart.
The suspects barged into the bodega, displayed a weapon, and fled with $800, police said.
Online shopping site "Made in NYC" is back up and running to help local businesses affected by Sandy.
The predawn fire started in a store near West 29th Street.
The discount grocer's makeover is only 30 percent complete, owner Anthony Diaz said.
The bargain grocer has revamped its Williamsburg store, drawing a crowd.
Ride Brooklyn is opening a second location on Kent Avenue in the next couple of weeks.
From style and speed fiends to family riders, DNAinfo.com New York's guide helps you choose.
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