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The owners of Metropolitan Fine Arts & Antiques were arrested, officials said.

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Instead of heading out of town, fill your weekend with these neighborhood activities. 

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La Gauloise offers classic French fare including frogs legs, escargot and bone marrow, the owner said.

Chelsea »

The flea market's vendors will be relocated after the garage's final weekend June 28 and 29.

Carroll Gardens »

Black Gold will host its eighth "Gold Dig" on Saturday with more than 3,000 records on sale.

Upper East Side »

Jonathan Chánduví will exhibit his work in a show called "The 11th Hour."

Gramercy »

Irving Barber Shop Antiques is putting its 1,000-item inventory into storage, the owners said.

Upper West Side »

The antiques store has a lease through May 2014 but has not negotiated a new deal, owners said.

Midtown »

Escape the city via public transportation to these beautiful destinations.

Astoria »

Toca NYC Store, on 31st Drive, bought items at auction from the New York City Opera House.

Carroll Gardens »

Black Gold will be serving free samples of Rook Coffee Roaster's cold brewed coffee this weekend.

East Village »

A new guitar shop, manned by longtime vintage guitar repairman Tom Crandall, opened April 8.

West Village »

Rent for the Bedford Street storefront more than doubled, the store owner said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The spot on the western edge of Hell's Kitchen will host the long-running flea market.

East Village »

TR Crandall Guitars will sell antique guitars, including some that are almost a century old.