Posts Tagged ‘candy’

Sweet Tooth Paradise

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Dining Our Town, Our Town

By Laura Shanahan Sweets for the sweet – especially since it is/was Valentine’s Day, or Valentine’s Week. Like we need a reason to sugar up—right? (Cue maniacal laughter.) Well, whether it’s to get a last-minute or belated holiday gift, or it’s because nothing less than swigging a nearly 8-pound jug of Hershey’s chocolate syrup will [&hellip
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The Man Who Lives in Candy Land: Psychoanalyst’s Dream Patient or Unprecedented Art Collector?

Written by Alissa Fleck on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive

Is New York’s increasingly renowned vintage candy wrapper collector, Jason Liebig, collecting offbeat art or merely living out some unfulfillable boyhood fantasy? And why are we, the public, so intrigued?  Jason Liebig isn’t just like a kid in a candy store;  in many ways he is one. Except he’s 43 and the candy store is [&hellip
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Candy Store Leaves Sour Taste for Some: Critics Say Sweet Shop Too Close to School

Written by West Side Spirit on . Posted in News West Side Spirit, West Side Spirit

sugar and plumm 5 By Amanda Woods Some Upper West Siders don’t have a sweet tooth for Sugar and Plumm, a store and café set to open on Amsterdam Avenue near 78th Street later this summer. They are concerned that the shop’s sugary selection—similar to the offerings at several other shops in the area—is unhealthy for neighborhood children, and [&hellip
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