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Prospect Heights »

BierWax will combine owner Chris Maestro's two passions: local brewing and vintage music.

Bed-Stuy »

Halsey & Lewis is slated to open in February and will also sell plants and art.

Park Slope »

A memorial service will be held for Garnet Goodman on Oct. 16 at Old First Reformed Church.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

"Record City" is set to open on Fenimore Street by the end of August, said owner Ian Clark.

Long Island City »

Get a tattoo, go to an art opening or watch people surf without a surfboard.

Bed-Stuy »

The underground record store will close by the end of April, the owner said.

Prospect Heights »

The rock and roll label's huge vinyl collection, housed in Red Hook, was flooded in the 2012 storm.

Astoria »

The store will open Saturday at 23-19 Steinway St. with a collection of new and used records.

Rosebank »

Unblinking Ear Records put out several releases over the summer, mostly on cassettes.

East Village »

Mono+Mono fried chicken will bring its huge record collection back to East 4th Street, a manager said.

Crown Heights »

The new watering hole Berg'n will also host occasional vinyl record sets, its co-creator said.

Williamsburg »

Vinyl Shops in Williamsburg and Greenpoint are gearing up for the seventh annual Record Store Day.

Cobble Hill »

Congress Bar on Court Street has a Studebaker wooden turntable.

Windsor Terrace »

Designer David Stanavich started Wax Rax to help vinyl record collectors reconnect with their music.

East Village »

A rooftop blaze knocked out the hip Korean restaurant Mono+Mono and caused temporary evactuations Sunday.