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Discover the Soho Bookstore That Makes Drinking PBR Selfless

There are very few solid arguments in favor of drinking PBR (unless you’re a hipster or broke college student rationing those loan dollars), but you can feel better about your

Neighborhoods

Harlem’s Superstar Barber

Ask any Harlem native to recommend a local barbershop and chances are they’ll mention Denny Moe’s place. This month, Denny Moe’s Superstar Barbershop celebrates its 10-year anniversary on Frederick Douglass

Shops

Four Decades of Literature at St Mark’s Bookshop

In 1977, five men were working at a failing bookstore on St Mark’s Place when they decided to pool what little money they had and launch their own venture. Nearly

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Sister’s Uptown Bookstore Brings New Energy to Harlem!

I walked in on, “We gotta put our heads together and figure out how to get these boys reading,” and knew I found home-away-from-home in Harlem. Janifer Wilson, founder and

Students

Hiro and Friends Rescue an Empty Lot: A Japanese Immigrant Starts a Flea Market

On a gravel lot in the middle of Bed-Stuy, the gates of Akichi Flea Market open up to a hipster’s dream: Locals peruse the vintage jean jackets hung upon the

Shops

Made with Love: A Macaron Story

Love can be sweet. For Christina Ha and Simon Tung, co-founders and owners of the East Village’s Macaron Parlour, love can also be infused with lemon tartness, subtle Earl gray

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Giftshop Struggles to Stay Afloat

Rudy worries. In fact, he keeps  a jar full of them. Right next to a cash register in his tiny East Village shop, sits a large glass jar brimming with