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Mother’s Day Gift Guide

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

gift guide wine cheese_OT Whether traditional or more unique—we’ve found several ways to treat your mother to something special this year By Helaina Hovitz Course Horse Classes on the UES, $5 off any class with code: LOVEYAMOM. Has mom always talked about wanting to learn something new, but can’t seem to find the time? Take the initiative for [&hellip
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Valentine’s Gift Guide (That Won’t Break the Bank)

Written by Our Town Downtown on . Posted in Gift Guide, Our Town Downtown

The best easy-on-the-wallet gifts There is no doubt that Valentine’s Day is met with anxiety and trepidation by New Yorkers hoping to do the night justice. For those budget-conscious romantics or for those of us who need a bit of inspiration, below is a list of some of the best Valentine’s Day buys, promotions and [&hellip
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Scoping out the East Village for Holiday Gifts

Written by admin on . Posted in Breaking News, Gift Guide

  By Amy Smith Downtown New York is brimming with history and diversity, but few can compare to the tight-knit, funky community that resides in the East Village. From Bowery Lane to Alphabet City, this small pocket of our city is a cultural treasure trove, held together by a network of independent store owners who [&hellip
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The Shopkeeper Around the Corner: Bonnie’s Village

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By Kimberly Lightbody Pinpointing exactly what makes Bonnie Slotnick such a fascinating person is difficult. Her store, Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks, is a miracle: a tiny shop of used cookbooks that has somehow survived the gentrification of the West Village. Her personality is warm and therapeutic, and encourages customers to spend hours sharing their life stories [&hellip
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Shop Til You Drop at Mom and Pop

Written by admin on . Posted in News West Side Spirit

Amsterdam Avenue, which is often dissed as that poor sister of Broadway, is the backbone of the Upper West Side. It may not top your list as a destination for holiday shopping, but don’t overlook the mom and pops, some of which have held their own on this rapidly changing street for decades (and one [&hellip
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