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With the weather warming up, our mouths are watering for a juicy burger.
The sparkle of the city is showing. The big department stores have rolled out their annual holiday window displays. Here is a look at the Big Apple’s holiday windows for 2012.
A woman in charge of security training at Bloomingdale’s was arrested last month for trying to pass a couple of counterfeit $100 bills at the flagship store in Midtown, according to a published report.
Teenagers across the country are getting ready to celebrate prom season and patients at the Komansky Center For Children’s Health aren’t missing a beat.
Seventeen magazine polled readers and found a typical price for a dress to be $231, plus $45 for shoes and $23 for a handbag.
From snowflakes to shopping bags and even a full-on storyline, this year’s displays continue their tradition of being entertaining and awe-inspiring.
‘Tis the season to start shopping. If you’ve ever found yourself shopping for your gifts on Christmas Eve, you know it’s never too early to get started.
Food and fashion are two things New York City does well. Thursday evening, there will be plenty of both in Midtown. Ted Baker London is opening up shop at Bloomingdale’s, and a fashion star will be there – with chocolate.
With department stores this year utilizing everything from LCD screens to taxidermy animals to Michelangelo-level origami in their Christmas window displays, Holiday 2010 appears to be no exception to the City’s tradition of extravagant decor.
Nordstrom, the Seattle based department store giant, has a new store opening — and it will leave you feeling as good about yourself as you do about your closet.
An interview with Manhattan-based entrepreneur and artist Shalini Acharya-Holman.