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Nolita »

Whether it's for ecological reasons or it's the look you want, these wood products are worth seeing.

TriBeCa »

Save yourself a nickel with these seven reusable bags for grocery shopping.


The new pedestrian plaza will be installed along Sands Street, from Adams to Jay streets, by mid-summer.

Park Slope »

The BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! concert series starts June 8 with Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings.

East Harlem »

These handmade planters and flower box holders will turn up the charm in your apartment.

Jackson Heights »

An Etsy shop is selling $10 bumper stickers for the purpose of plastering on illegally parked cars.

Lower East Side »

It’s often the small items that will make or break your comfort level during the colder months.

Upper West Side »

The Upper West Side’s museums are a treasure trove of unique homewares, jewelry, art and toys.

South Street Seaport »

The "Out to See" Festival will run weekends through Nov. 23, and the Seaport's ice rink opens Nov. 15.


The number of buyers working in social media rose nearly 600 percent over the past year, a report found.

Upper East Side »

Brazenhead Books owner Michael Seidenberg has been operating out of an UES apartment since 2008.

Bed-Stuy »

Stellah Johnson, 52, had been running Stellah's Vintage Groove online as an Etsy store.

Upper East Side »

Bleulili Home is planning to open on Third Avenue by the end of May.

Williamsburg »

Laura Lanz-Frolio's Internet success has encouraged her to open a mobile shop in a 1970's trailer.