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Bright Yellow Sunflowers Enjoy Visits from the Bees

  Sunflowers! Now is the time to fill your house with them. They are big, bright and beautiful. And they bring our lovely city bees down from the nearby rooftops down to the greenmarkets to say hello. At least three farms had beautiful bunches today at the Union Square Greenmarket.

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Frittering Away: Thirst Quenching Lemonade With a Yummy Twist

What’s more nostalgic and summery than fresh lemonade from a pretty lemonade stand? I was recently visiting the Astoria Flea, and I was parched on that boiling hot summer day. So imagine my joy when I came across Frittering Away, a lemonade stand that is anything but traditional. Originally founded

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Weekend Market Picks July 12 & 13, 2014: I Had A Dream Come True This Week

  I had a dream come true this week. My mom used to call me up to read me stories in the New York Times’ Metropolitan Diary that had tickled her for one reason or another. Or she would clip the story out of the paper, which she read cover

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My Story In The New York Times Metropolitan Diary

My anecdote has been published in the New York Times Metropolitan Diary! It even has its own awesome illustration by the talented Victor Kerlow. I wish my mom could have seen it… ~Karen Seiger, Author, Blogger, Market Enthusiast, New York Times Contributor    

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