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UPROSE Wins Small Business Grant To Strengthen “Economic And Environmental Resiliency”

Small businesses are often touted as the backbone of any community economy, particularly here in Brooklyn, where big business and mom-and-pop shops continue to...

Bite Of The Day: Tacos And Quesadillas At La Casa De...

Fifth Avenue in Sunset Park is a veritable smorgasbord of food, flavors, and ingredients from around the world, although with an emphasis on Latin...

Comptroller Stringer Visits Myrtle Avenue Businesses To Address Bureaucratic Barriers To...

Comptroller Scott M. Stringer was in Fort Greene with the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership, advocates, and small business owners Friday, to visit small businesses...

Myrtle Avenue Businesses Need Our Support During The Plaza Construction Period

You may have noticed that Myrtle Avenue traffic between Washington and Classon Avenues is moving more slowly today. That's because eastbound traffic was halted...

Fort Greene’s “War of Rosés” Continues As Thirst Merchants Plans Move...

A small business showdown between two local wine shops -- Thirst Merchants and Greene Grape Wine & Spirits -- is forcing neighbors to take sides in a...

Small Town Appeal Of Apple Art Supplies Gets Highlighted In New...

Apple Art Supplies and it's owner, Sam Lee, are the subject of their very own profile in the New York Times this week, where they are heralded...

Flatbush Congresswoman And Facebook Join Forces To Support Local Businesses

Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke and Facebook will be speaking with small businesses --especially those in the African-American community -- on Monday morning. Congresswoman Clarke is...

Roman’s To End Tipping, Raise Prices Around 20 Percent Beginning January...

The new year will bring new prices at Roman's (243 DeKalb Avenue), which will be ending tipping and raising menu prices by as much as...

Commission Aims To Cut Through The Red Tape Of Running A...

The excitement and reward of opening a business in New York City can often take a backseat to the stress and frustration of dealing...

Meet Michaella Williams, Clinton Hill Resident And Owner Of Salon 718

There are many things that Brooklynites are proud of and known for, whether seriously or jokingly. Among them are our 718 area code, our small...