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  • Business is growing, they say, perhaps due to what Mr. Costello refers to as the shop's "relaxed, classy, private atmosphere" an American flag and a Bloomberg feed, or perhaps because of the free Yuengling and whiskey offered to favorite customers.

    Hairy Week for Wall Street

  • The shop's owner, Kristin Vanden Brul, is a strong supporter of New York wines, and I called to ask if I could bring a bottle to taste blind.

    Long Island Wine

  • But what may be most remarkable about her is that her impeccable standards never flag, no matter how late in the day, no matter how tired, no matter how many customers are waiting their turn to mount one of the shop's three shoeshine thrones.

    A New Yorker Who Shines

  • One can't help but experience a sense of well-being while reading "Page Six" of the shoeshine shop's New York Post and watching riders emerge from underground in waves.

    A New Yorker Who Shines

  • That didn't stop Mom from wandering into the junk shop's entrails.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • In the corner, a dressmaker's mannequin loomed, its hourglass figure a little more curvy than those belonging to the Parisian woman passing behind me, on the trottoir (I could see their reflections in the shop's window, where my nose now flattened up against the glass).

    machine à coudre - French Word-A-Day

  • I raised my hands and cupped my eyes, straining to discover more of the shop's personality.

    machine à coudre - French Word-A-Day

  • QUINTANA: That's Cathy Bailey, one of the shop's customers.

    Sanctions Against Iran Hurt Persian Rug Importers

  • The family business employs about 60 people, and like many other machine shop's scattered across New England, it makes all sorts of metal parts.

    Is Economy's Partial Recovery Enough For Voters?

  • The saga began on April 1, 2010 when The New York Times wrote about the shop's recent closure in their Dining Journal column.

    Park Slope Coffee Shop Is Suing The New York Times


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