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Midtown »

Grand Central Holiday Market Opens as Vendors Recover From Sandy

Seventy-six vendors were chosen from more than 300 applicants to take part in the annual holiday fair.

NoHo »

Vendors Dismayed to Learn NoHo Market Will Be Lost to Condo Construction

Vendors at the Broadway market say they haven't been notified they will need to leave.

Throgs Neck »

Neglected Ferry Point Park Overflows With Trash, Booze and Illegal Vendors

Ferry Point Park draws hundreds of soccer players and fans, but lacks a permanent staff.

SoHo »

SoHo Street Vendors Sue City Over 'Illegal' Raid

Street vendors whose goods were seized in May say NYPD officers issued them tickets unfairly.

New York City »

Queens Leads the Pack of Vendy Awards Finalists

Six Vendy finalists will go to Governors Island on Sep. 15 to vie for best street vendor title.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Albee Square Plaza To Host Food and Drinks

Albee Square Plaza off the Fulton Street Mall is on its way to becoming a grub hub.

Williamsburg »

Bedford Avenue Becomes Street Party

Bedford Avenue will close to traffic three Saturdays in June for Williamsburg Walks.

SoHo »

City Should Overhaul Complex Street Vendor Laws, Police Say

SoHo residents are demanding big changes to rules for vendors they say have taken over their streets.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Police Seize More Than 3,000 Books in Village Sidewalk Vendor Raids

Sixth Precinct officers confiscated three van-loads full of books about a month ago. 

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

SoHo Artist Arrested for Selling Pillows

Artist Jemal McClary said the NYPD's Manhattan South Peddler Task Force arrested him for selling pillows.

Harlem »

Harlem Vendors on 125th Street Cleared in Sweep Ahead of Obama Visit

Three vendors were arrested last week, leaving many worried about how they will make a living.

Midtown & Theater District »

Family and Customers Remember Sam the Halal Man

Friends and family said Essam Ahmed brought kindness and humor to their daily Midtown lunch.

Downtown »

Website Helps Food Vendors Near Occupy Wall Street Stay Afloat

Zuccotti Park vendors whose business dropped because of Occupy Wall Street are now getting some help from a new website.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Hester Street Fair Goes Vintage This Weekend

A host of vintage vendors selling everything from dresses to typewriters will be on hand at the Hester Street Fair Saturday.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Task Force Formed to Tackle Illegal Street Vending Uptown

Community leaders agreed there is a problem in Washington Heights and Inwood when it comes to illegal street vending, but are somewhat divided on how to take care of it.

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