Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week will no longer be allowed at Lincoln Center, according to a settlement.
Social Apparel will replace a food court next to the Downtown Pawn Shop in Fulton Street Mall.
Kids will learn how to make slippers out of fabric scraps and pom poms out of old yarn.
The holiday market includes 16 vendors selling locally made housewares, food and jewelry.
Resobox is featuring an exhibit of 4,000 amigurumi made by 100 artists from 32 countries.
Forget Merino and cashmere. These American-made socks are woven from bison, alpaca and musk-ox down.
The French-based shop is selling more than 20 brands of mustards at its new Columbus Avenue flagship.
Siblings Dan and Morgan Sevigny run three tree stands in Brooklyn and deliver to all five boroughs.
The festival features local artisans and musicians.
The property at 247 Bedford Ave. used to house The Bagel Store and Kings Pharmacy.
A night with Martin Amis, a Sichuan cooking class and tech holiday party are among this week's picks.
New York City's holiday markets are open at Bryant Park, Columbus Circle, Union Square and elsewhere.
Independent designers will host a holiday market in Queens this weekend at The Aurora Gallery.
As the city approaches peak holiday season, we highlight a few of the many things to get out and do.
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