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Exciting news for music fans: Permanent Records, the Greenpoint record store that recently lost its lease, will be opening a new space inside of BrooklynWorks at 159, the co-working space that’s a bit over a year old. According to their website, they’re aiming to open the shop on October 1. Gothamist spoke with Permanent Records
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Calling all juice fans! Austin-based JuiceLand recently opened their first Brooklyn store in the former We Buy Gold space on 9th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues. The bright space is small, with only a few seating options near the back wall, so don’t plan on hanging around for a leisurely morning at the juice
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It looks like we’re actually, at long last, getting closer to the opening of the Windsor Terrace Walgreens, located on Prospect Avenue at 11th Avenue — though it seems like we’ll still have to wait a while for the Key Food. Opening dates for the Walgreens have come and gone — first they said spring, then
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In too-cute-to-resist news, Applewood Farm, the two-acre farm in East Chatham, NY, run by Applewood restaurant owners Dave and Laura Shea, today welcomed a new litter of piglets! Dave and Laura had to miss the birth, as they left on a previously-booked vacation, which, they learned too late, was not well timed. They explained that
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Longtime 5th Avenue staple Has Beans has closed its doors. The cafe, located at 620 5th Avenue (between 17th and 18th Streets), posted a sign to the front window on Wednesday: It’s been a difficult week for this stretch of 5th Avenue, with Lindos (5th Avenue, between Prospect Avenue and 17th Street) also saying goodbye.
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Looking to give the kids an academic boost for the coming school year? Bright Kids NYC is opening a new center at 438 6th Avenue (between 9th and 10th Streets), most recently occupied by Juguemos a Cantar. Like their three Manhattan locations, Bright Kids Park Slope will offer everything from test prep and academic assessments
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Halloween will be here before we know it, and whether you’re looking for ice queen Elsa or zombie paraphernalia, South Slopers won’t have to go far for supplies this year. Chain superstore Spirit Halloween, which generally appears in the city’s vacant storefronts around Labor Day and closes in early November, is once again taking over 458 5th
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Grab your fill of monkey buns and coconut passionfruit ice cream before next week, because Buttermilk Bakeshop (339 7th Avenue, between 9th and 10th Streets) will be taking a little vacation. Owner Katie Rosenhouse and crew will be off from Monday, August 11 to Monday, August 18, and will reopen on Tuesday, August 19. If you’re in dire
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While it’s pretty sad that M&S Prime Meats, located at 312 5th Avenue between 2nd and 3rd Streets, will be closing this month due to owner Mel Diaz’s health problems, there is some good news — our own Russo’s (363 7th Avenue) will be taking over that space. We were a little worried this meant one of
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Sweet Charity’s life as a brick and mortar store (located at 411 7th Avenue, between 13th and 14th Streets) has officially come to an end. The shop’s manager, Alison, confirmed the news via email on Monday. “Due to high overhead costs,” she explained, “and the fact that the retail model is changing so drastically for businesses,
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Neighbor Leslie Albrecht sent word last week that gift and home goods store Sweet Charity (411 7th Avenue, between 13th and 14th Streets) would soon be closing its doors, and when we peeked through the window on Wednesday, a large portion of the space was already cleared out. While signage above the business still says Sweet
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