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Customer Service: Natchie Art Turns a Cardboard Box Into A Lovely Experience

There is always talk amongst everyone selling products about how to provide outstanding customer service. This is a story about one artisan who delivered so much more to me than just a piece of jewelry. She turned a standard shipment and a cardboard box into a delightful experience. I don’t

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Making A Statement With Vintage Lagerfeld Necklace

On a recent visit to the Antiques Garage, I happened to glace up to see this statement piece, dripping with vintage charm and yet so contemporary. It was vintage Karl Lagerfeld. I was not surprised to learn that seller was Store With No Walls, a superlative vintage fashion vendor. I

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Hyacinths Mean Spring Is Just Around The Corner

Saturday was just a tease of sunny, warm weather, wasn’t it? But don’t despair! Spring truly is just around the corner. I know this because Petal Plants Flowers brought hyacinths to the Union Square Greenmarket this weekend. And nothing says “Springtime” like purple hyacinths. Visit Petal Plants (or Pet-Al Flowers)

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Weekend Market Picks March 7, 8 & 9, 2014: Win Something Soft and Warm!

I’m preparing a story about an amazing artisan, and we want to do a Fun Giveaway with you! How: Guess what the fluffy stuff in the photo is, leave your guess as a comment below or on Facebook. From all the correct answers, I’ll pick a winner randomly on Sunday,

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Weekend Market Picks November 9-10, 2013: Edible Rainbows

The skies may be grey in the late fall, but the farmers markets throughout the city are filled with amazing colors, like these plump heirloom tomatoes that taste even better than they look. I love seeing how the same vegetable can come in such a wonderful array of colors. I

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