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We all been there, running around New York City streets and all of sudden; nature calls! Stefan George is trying to convince local businesses to open their commodes to the public as part of his new site, WeeWeeFree. The site, weeweefree, allows businesses to list their toilets free of charge. The businesses can also control which hours their restrooms are open to the public and include that on…
Le Suite Boutique, the 18-foot-long, bright purple fashion truck ran by Iran Ortiz and business partner Mareana Rosario Torres created has popped up on streets in New York City since it started rolling in May. The truck goes out three to four days a week packed with women’s clothes from a dozen carefully selected Los Angeles and New York brands. Items include $25 pouches from Married to the Mob,…
Bed-Stuy resident Jason Johnson the owner of a new co-working space in Bed-Stuy wants to make sure people in the neighborhood are working together.
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Heartland Brewery is opening a new beer hall and restaurant on Broadway at West 114th Street. The new spot will open Labor Day weekend, which will serve lunch and dinner. The 250-seat establishment will be reminiscent of early-1900s breweries. Heartland Brewery will sell different types of rye whiskey and plenty of beers and the food menu will include a “diverse” mix of eats under the supervision…
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First Street Green, the neighborhood group that turned an empty lot at Houston Street and Second Avenue on the Lower East Side into an art space and park, is open to ideas including street art, graffiti and representational work. Artists can submit proposals by email through July 31. A jury including the Department of Parks and Recreation, First Street Green and the Centre-Fuge Public Art Project