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Williamsburg »

Heimishe Ventures uses Hebrew and English expressions in hats and caps for secular and religious folks.

Kew Gardens »

The Local Wit offers t-shirts, tanks and onesies featuring quotes inspired by Queens.

Carroll Gardens »

From Greenpoint to Park Slope, here are 23 vintage and thrift shops throughout Brooklyn.

Astoria »

A number of businesses are selling Queens-inspired gear like T-shirts, mugs and other accessories.

Clinton Hill »

Rihanna wore the outfit in the music video for Calvin Harris's "This Is What You Came For."

Williamsburg »

They burgled apartment buildings in Williamsburg, East Williamsburg and Greenpoint, police said.

Jackson Heights »

The boutique on 37th Avenue sells home goods, children's items and more. 

Upper East Side »

Residents on Friday kept cool with light and airy clothes.

Chelsea »

The Family Jewels has been in business for 15 years.

Jackson Heights »

Brown's Army Navy store, on 74th Street, has been in the neighborhood since 1981.

Unionport »

Miroslava Rosado will take part in Friday night's show at Bronx Fashion Week.

Lower East Side »

About half a dozen pink bins from Our Neighborhood Recycling recently appeared in the Lower East Side.

West Village »

A fire spread across the ceiling of Hotoveli on West 4th Street, the FDNY said.

West Brighton »

Richmond Hood Company started a line of Staten Island-centric designs aimed at boosting the borough.

Bed-Stuy »

Harold and Maude Vintage, inspired by one of the owners' favorite films, offers pre-1990s clothing.