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Park Slope »

The Park Slope market near the Old Stone House is increasing its schedule to Sundays and Wednesdays.

Boerum Hill »

More than 20 local businesses will participate in the wedding expo on April 13.

Upper East Side »

The U.S. Second District Court of Appeals disagreed with artists' First Amendment lawsuit.

East Harlem »

The decades-old festival combines African, Caribbean and Spanish traditions and flavors.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene Flea has some new vendors this summer, including Housatonic Canoe Shop.

Chelsea »

Fletcher's Barbecue, Butcher's Daughter and Van Leeuwen Ice Cream will all open up at the pier.

Upper East Side »

Melissa Mark-Viverito wants the Parks Department to push back and explain new performer regulations.

Williamsburg »

Vendors and fitness classes are also headed to the waterfront lot before Two Trees' towers are built.

SoHo »

Councilwoman Margaret Chin's bill calls for new fines for vendors who park too close to fire hydrants.

New York City »

But Mayor Bloomberg has promised to veto the bill that reduce fines for street venders.

SoHo »

Vendors lost their permits for illegally operating 24 hours a day, according to the Health Department.

New York City »

Street vendors have been pressuring Quinn to reduce punitive vendor fines.

Flatiron »

Community members said they're concerned about the plaza's small size.

SoHo »

A city panel has not reviewed the number of SoHo vendors in 12 years, CB2 says.

Williamsburg »

The bazaar's founder has quit his day job in order to run the markets full-time.