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Posts Tagged ‘Markets of New York City’

Ever See A Penguin on the A Train?

Kip Cosson of Kip Kids sure knows how to draw a penguin. And a mouse. And a New York City subway. That’s because he is an award winning illustrator. I have long admired his colorful graphics on tees and onesies for babies and little kids. He has also written five

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Weekend Holiday Markets December 10 & 11, 2016: Local Holiday Greenery

This is the busiest holiday weekend of them all! 22 day-long or weekend markets are popping up all over the city, along with the grand holiday markets and the ongoing flea and antiques markets, which are also wonderful places to look for unique gifts. I get some of my best

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Small Business Saturday Is Here!

I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! We had dinner for 16 people, and for the first time in years, we had leftovers! I plan to be chewing on stuffles (you put your leftover stuffing in your waffle iron and wait for the magic to happen) while watching CBS Sunday

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Weekend Market Picks November12 & 13, 2016: The Markets Must Go On

At the risk of offending some readers, this week has been a tough on in New York City. No platitudes here. Just that still, each morning, I wake up in a happy daze, and then the reality of our future hits me and knocks me down a notch. So on

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Weekend Market Picks November 5 & 6, 2016: The Gift of Bakelite

Happy Marathon Weekend! We saw the fireworks kicking off the festivities in Central Park, and the flags of all nations line the street up to the finish line already! We’ll be cheering at Mile 23 on Sunday, so let me know if you’re running, and I’ll follow you on the

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