Posts Tagged ‘small businesses’

Seaport Shops Sending Out SOS

Written by NY Press on . Posted in News Our Town Downtown, Our Town Downtown

Council Member Diana Reyna listens to a South Street Seaport small business owner talk about rebuilding her business after Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Aaron Adler Many of the small businesses near the South Street Seaport are struggling to repoen after devastating hurricane damage. By Caroline Lewis Made Fresh Daily, an all-natural café in the once-bustling South Street Seaport neighborhood, enjoyed a buzzing lunch hour on a recent Monday afternoon, seven weeks after Hurricane Sandy left a high-water mark halfway up [&hellip
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The Queen & King of Cupcakes

Written by Marissa Maier on . Posted in News Our Town, News Our Town Downtown, News West Side Spirit, Our Town, Our Town Downtown, West Side Spirit

MG_1880 How Mia and Jason Bauer Manage Crumbs, Two Children And a Love As Sweet As Can Be By Jenna Helwig Chocolate chips. Vanilla frosting. Rainbow sprinkles. Brownie bites. Coconut flakes. Cookie dough. The mouthwatering toppings that adorn the delectable goodies at Crumbs Bake Shop are so tempting, you just might forget to pick up the [&hellip
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Customers and Pharmacist Reminisce as Goodrich Closes

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

FW-Goodrich Pharmacy(JS) By Adel Manoukian Goodrich Pharmacy on 70th Street said goodbye to the Upper West Side neighborhood it had occupied for the past 40 years at the end of June, to the dismay of residents and owner Frank Cammarata. The mom-and-pop pharmacy was forced to shut its doors due to low insurance reimbursement rates and increasing [&hellip
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