Shopping

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The biggest cheap secret about living in the brownstone belt is the abundance of other people's trash, laid lovingly out on their stoops. Especially...

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It may seem hypocritical, but sometimes the best way to fight capitalism is with capitalism. As the Trump administration turns Idiocracy and Black Mirror...

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Vintage shopping has long been the perfect way for millennials to stay chic and save money. As a part-time fashion blogger myself, I love...

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Perhaps the saddest casualty of recent gentrification has been the mom and pop stores which, once definitive of New York and this great city's...

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Today, Court Street is the second most expensive place for commercial real estate in Brooklyn, topped only by Williamsburg’s Bedford Avenue. Pricey high-end baby clothing...

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The world is a cold, dark, place with months till summer but that's not stopping our friends at Greenpointers from throwing their annual holiday...

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Brooklyn's newest Target opened Wednesday in the City Point development, putting it in the same new vertical mall as Alamo Drafthouse and Century 21. Unlike...

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In the age of intense turnover in New York City, it feels like something is closing every week. Whole Foods, Apple, Equinox, Chipotle and...

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Nothing says "luxury living" in Brooklyn these days like a wretched and contaminated Superfund site, apparently. Anthropologie, which sells clothes to people who consider Urban...

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There's no scientific study we can cite off-hand to prove it, but we'll say it anyway: supporting black-owned business in Brooklyn is one of the...