Browsing: Shopping

Business (crop) rob feingold
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You’ve likely seen Rob Feingold’s handmade t-shirts before. They spill out of the Mailboxes store at 172 5th Avenue, where the Brooklyn native sets up shop daily, and decorate the sidewalk with their simple but striking images: a hopscotch grid, a cassette, Adidas sneakers, Double Dutch, even late rapper Notorious B.I.G., to name just a
Business Level2 Kids clothes
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Level2 Kids, the children’s clothing boutique that closed up its space on Bergen Street in February, is now open in its new location not too far away, at 252 Flatbush Avenue. They’ve been in the new space for a few weeks, and they’re currently stocked with cool clothes for spring and summer for the tweens and
Business Coming Soon: Eric Shoes on Fifth
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The shoe store Eric New York, which neighbors will know from their Girl on Seventh location which opened in 2008 at 202 7th Avenue, is opening a second location on 5th Avenue. The new Girl on Fifth spot will be located in the newly remodeled space at 234 5th Avenue, which previously held a residential
Business Blok Hill
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The storefront at 103 7th Avenue, between Union and President Streets, didn’t stay empty for too long. After Rivet closed its location there earlier this month, the store’s former buyer decided to build her own shop in the space, and Blok Hill is now open. Though it may look somewhat similar to the previous store,
Business Facets, 439 9th Street
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Facets, the jewelry store that’s been in Park Slope since 2001 and which you may be familiar from its shop at 97A 7th Avenue, has opened a second location at 435 9th Street, near the corner of 7th Ave. The new location aims to have a more affordable selection of jewelry, accessories, and small gifts
Shopping Plastic Produce Bags
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On Tuesday night members of the Park Slope Food Coop gathered (for the second time — the first time, the space was too small to accommodate everyone) to vote on whether they should charge 20 cents per roll bag, aka the ones used for produce (plastic shopping bags have already been banned there). The vote tally
Business A. Cheng, 466 Bergen Street
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Park Slope boutique A. Cheng has made its move, leaving behind its 5th Avenue home, where it had been for eight years, for this new one at 466 Bergen Street. Stop by to say hi and check out the new space, and keep an eye on its Facebook and Twitter pages for info on an
Business Petrune, via FB
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From Park Slope to Ithaca and back again — Petrune, the clothing store that opened last week at 233 5th Avenue, already has a well-traveled background. And its owners, who started out here many years ago, couldn’t be happier to be back. Domenica Brockman and Justin Hjortshoj, the husband-and-wife team behind the shop, lived in and ran businesses
Holiday Shop Local 5th Ave Button via groundfloorbk on Instagram
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Whether you’re looking for gift for your sweetheart, or perhaps a little deal on something for yourself, the Park Slope Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District is hoping you’ll “Love, Shop, Eat, and Drink Local” this Valentine’s Day. They’ve organized a Valentine’s Week celebration — starting today, Monday, February 10, just look for red tinsel hearts on the
Holiday Pinecones for sale
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Though the temperature yesterday made us wonder, it is in fact December, which for a lot of people means decking the halls for Christmas or setting a new scene at home for wintertime. And when it comes to decorations, they’re pretty much limitless, and countless stores in the neighborhood are currently stocked with strings of
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