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Bushwick »

Holy Cannoli, Hipsters! 71-year-old Bushwick Bakery Tries Something New

Circo's has been in operation since 1945 and the Pierdipino family has owned the business since 1970. 

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Local businesses are crucial to the character of a neighborhood. DNAinfo New York profiles local entrepreneurs to get the secrets to their successes.

Midtown »

Ohlinger's is one of the few stores left in Manhattan dedicated to posters and pictures from movies.

Financial District »

Wondered what it takes to become a tech entrepreneur? You'll need more than an idea, but it's a start.

Battery Park City »

From swanky Brookfield Place to indie Brooklyn chocolatiers, it's all about creating experiences.

Gowanus »

Veteran employees are helping businesses such as Architectural Grille in Gowanus.

Midtown »

The fastest growth was in Brooklyn, where the number increased 77 percent.

Bed-Stuy »

Online retailer With Love, From Brooklyn is hoping to send monthly boxes of curated artisanal treats.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

For those set on making art in New York City, here's the lowdown from gallerists and artists.  

Prospect Heights »

Sophia Sylvester creates neighborhood-themed body care products like "Canarsie Cookie."

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

South Carolina native Randy Stricklin-Witherspoon got start cooking for the cast and crew of "Wicked."

SoHo »

Private clubs in New York City can provide community and support for your career or business.

Civic Center »

Fiscal experts believe the plan will save some businesses thousands of dollars a year.

East Village »

Small business owners say their social media efforts are yielding new customers and more sales. 

Prospect Heights »

Siblings Dan and Morgan Sevigny run three tree stands in Brooklyn and deliver to all five boroughs.