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Greenpointers already know that the neighborhood is a beacon of good taste, and that’s truer than ever thanks to the arrival of a crop of new vintage shops. With three boutiques opening within a few blocks of each other, Franklin Street has become a little design district. Farther afield, four Brooklyn Flea vendors and an Etsy storeowner have joined forces to open a brick-and-mortar selling vintage furniture, home goods, and clothes. Adaptations   109 Franklin Street This...
Brooklynites are pretty good at purchasing secondhand. But if you grew up almost anywhere else in the country, newness abounds--in your closet, around your kitchen, and in your garage, a place that, in itself, is foreign here. But today is National Thrift Store Day, and New York City Department of Sanitation is doing its due diligence to mark the occasion by hanging out at Housing Works, one of the city's most renowned symbols of thrift. Sanitation Commissioner...
Although we're not big on holidays, especially this whole Valentine's Day thing, the idea of Galentine's Day is something we can totally totally get behind. If you're a gal and somehow not aware of this amazing holiday where women just appreciate other women for being awesome, let us just start by saying happy Galentine's Day to you; you're perfect and beautiful, despite the fact that you haven't seen every single episode of Parks and Recreation...
Girl with Yellow Rose, Marjorie Strider; vintage tableware; Village Braider; The Cat in the Hat, Dr. Seuss, first edition first printing Maybe you're one of those people who, no matter where you find yourself, has to stop into any used bookstore you see. Or, maybe you can't pass a shop with mid-century furniture or vintage jewelry. After all, what if there's a first edition of Sister Carrie hiding in a stack, just waiting to be discovered? What if there's an amazing lamp or rare Heywood...

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