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Hand-Foraged Wild Beach Plum Preserves – Intrigued Yet?

The beautiful blue banner and the inviting display of blue¬† jars drew me and James into the tent of Josephine’s Feast on a recent Saturday in Union Square. One particular jar filled with Hand-Foraged Wild Beach Plum Preserves sounded especially intriguing. Chef Laura O’Brien makes wonderful small-batch preserves and jams.

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Weekend Market Picks November 21 & 22, 2015: Thankful for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday! It’s all about the food, the gravy, the family and friends, the gravy and the food. And did I mention the pies? This year we are hosting a full dozen people! James does the cooking, I do the going to the parade and the ever-important

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The 2015 Holiday Fair Graces Vanderbilt Hall in Grand Central Terminal

I visited the Grand Central Holiday Fair on the eve of opening day this week, and I am thrilled to report that this year’s collection of boutiques is wonderful and diverse, and brimming with creativity. The great majority of products are designed and made in New York and other parts

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The Elton Street Collections: A Place Where A Man Can Build His Personal Style

  During a recent visit to the new winter location for the Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg, one particular shop drew me in. The space felt like a cozy yet masculine living room or lodge. The owner is KB, and the shop is called Elton Street Collections, named after the street

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Here’s the Scoop on Changes at the 2015 Union Square Holiday Market

Most people fear change. Personally speaking, I generally love change, especially if it means making something wonderful even better, like the upcoming changes in store for us at the Union Square Holiday Market. Last holiday season, Urbanspace, the organization behind the Union Square and Columbus Circle Holiday Markets, as well

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