LIC Flea & Food opens this weekend for their second season. Here’s their full Press Release. ~Karen Seiger, Markets of New York City Photo by LIC Flea & Food LIC Flea & Food Market to operate outdoors every Saturday and Sunday starting April 5 & 6, featuring over 85 vendors, including the best in food, jewelry, fashion, furniture, arts and crafts, antiques, collectibles and much more Long Island City, Queens – LIC FLEA & FOOD, one of the biggest and well-known markets in New
LazyLooz is the brainchild of Rakan Ammouri, based on a snack his mother used to make for her kids. LazyLooz are no-bake snack cakes made essentially from biscuits and chocolate, along with other ingredients as desired, such as coconut, peanut butter, coffee or orange zest. One package of LazyLooz includes six satisfying bite-sized pieces. I brought home a chocolate chip LazyLooz and placed it in the fridge. After a dinner, I brought out a lovely pot of tea and the cold Looz.
Press Release from the Brooklyn Flea: New Williamsburg site open every weekend April to November; Fort Greene Flea and Brooklyn Bridge Park Smorgasburg return; Dozens of new Smorgasburg vendors added; Markets celebrate 5th anniversary April 6; Record fair joins Red Bull Music Academy May 4; Whole Foods pop-up partnership expands with Yuji Ramen and new Snack Bar for packaged products and beverages. On Saturday, April 6, Brooklyn Flea celebrates the fifth anniversary of its in
How I’ve made it this far without discovering the work of Barry Kieselstein-Cord, I have no idea. But I’m glad I happened upon his stunning sterling silver belt buckle last weekend at the Antiques Garage. Collectibles and decorative arts specialist Roslyn Raphan was showing several examples of Kieselstein-Cord’s work at her tables in the Garage. Her taste is exquisite, and she is available for private appointments for clients to spend time looking at her collections. This par
I remember how I cried when the bottom dropped off the box holding my new bottle of Takashimaya perfume that James had given me for Christmas, and how my closet smelled so wonderful for several weeks afterwards, as the perfume lingered. I also remember the replacement bottle that arrived from Takashimaya a few days later, swathed in gold tissue paper with multiple adhesive stickers on the box to make sure it stayed attached to the top cover, not to mention lovely handwritten
Nothing says “hot summer in the city” better than comfy, sexy cut-off shorts. These Daisy Dukes are from The Indie Style Society and Meghann Early at Artists & Fleas. Meghan takes previously loved jeans, cuts them into shorts and then shreds them strategically. She dyes them in fun colors, like these lime green ones, and washes them twice to fix the color. She adds cool detailing, like rows of studs. I understand that Meghanm can also make custom hip hotpants from your own fa
Weekend Market Picks for Saturday and Sunday, March 3 & 4, 2012 SUPER!market: Saturday Only! I adore this new designers market. Every week, they are adding new and amazing designers and food businesses, and so it’s great to keep going back to see what’s new. Go check out today. And next Saturday, and the following one. (Photo posting coming tomorrow!) East 67th Street Flea Market: Saturday only! Great vintage and flea vendors here, including cashmere sweaters, silk
Looking for prints of ducks or quail to decorate your Hamptons library? Or Victorian images of palm trees to enhance the walls of your tiny apartment in the city? You need only go up to the second floor of the Antiques Garage to find multiple tables strewn with hundreds of old prints and books from Hobbit Rare Books and Prints. The subject matter is practically infinite, from birds and animals, to plants and palm trees, to architecture and history. Proprietor Arby Rolband