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Brooklyn’s design sector is booming
The Architects Newspaper, by Jason Sayer, May 17, 2016

Chew on This: Fast Food Can Lead to Health Risks
Norwood News, by Javier Acosta, May 12, 2016

Williamsburg leads NYC in gentrification, report says
AM New York, by Ivan Pereira, May 11, 2016

Could the Flint, Mich., Debacle Put Focus on Decaying Water Infrastructure?
Emergency Management, by David Raths, May 10, 2016

Money and Connections Still Hurdles for Women Entrepreneurs
Business News Daily, by Nicole Fallon Taylor, May 09, 2016

NY Senate Democrats Fight to Make College Affordable
Long Island Exchange, by Christopher Boyle, May 09, 2016

Creative jobs keep moving to Brooklyn
Technical.ly, by Tyler Woods, May 06, 2016

Brooklyn Experiencing Surge in Architecture and Design Firms
NY1, by Jeanine Ramirez, May 06, 2016

Moms who grew up in foster care build the families they always wanted
Mashable, by Heather Dockray, May 06, 2016

Brooklyn becomes a center of architecture and design
Crain's New York, by Matthew Flamm, May 04, 2016

My thoughts: Overcoming challenges and finding success as a female small business owner
The Commercial Appeal, by Maggie Strom, May 01, 2016

NYC job market for millennials best in the U.S., report says
AM New York, by Ivan Pereira, April 25, 2016

Tunnel Controversy Prompts Closer Look at Water Infrastructure
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, April 20, 2016

Starbucks super-cafe, clash are both brewing
The Villager, by Yannic Rack, April 14, 2016

Calls for Candidates to Address Urban Issues in Presidential Race
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, April 13, 2016

A New Kind of Grindhouse for the Meatpacking District
Chelsea Now, by Scott Stiffler , April 13, 2016

New York Public Libraries have longer hours - but they could be even longer
AM New York, April 12, 2016

Water Main, Steam Leak Closes Street In Midtown
CBS New York, April 11, 2016

Report details which New York City commutes are the longest
Real Estate Weekly, April 08, 2016

Queens residents have city’s longest commuting times: Report
Times Ledger, by Patrick Donachie, April 07, 2016

B’hurst Among Nabes With Longest Work Commutes In NYC: Study
Bensonhurst Bean, by Alex Ellefson, April 06, 2016

De Blasio Postpones Work on Crucial Water Tunnel
The New York Times, by Jim Dwyer, April 05, 2016

How Many Of Your Neighbors Actually Drive To Work?
Sheepshead Bites, by Alex Ellefson, April 05, 2016

New Yorkers’ Commutes Not Getting Any Shorter Any Time Soon
Tri-State Transportation Campaign, by Emma Kilkelly, April 04, 2016

Looking at commutes in every Brooklyn neighborhood
Technical.ly, by Tyler Woods, April 04, 2016

KFC going back to the Colonel’s fried chicken ways, reoutfitting stores and kitchens
New York Business Journal, by Teresa Novellino, April 04, 2016

The Reality of New York City Commutes
CityLab, by Richard Florida and Aria Bendix, April 01, 2016

Some NYC Commutes Approaching One Hour Mark, Study Finds
NY1 News, April 01, 2016

Fewer New Yorkers commute to Manhattan as workers stay close to home
New York Daily News, by Dan Rivoli, April 01, 2016

Interactive Map Compares NYC Commute Times By Neighborhood
Gothamist, by Miranda Katz, March 31, 2016

Queens neighborhoods have the worst commute of all NYC, study shows
QNS.com, by Katarina Hybenova , March 31, 2016

New Yorkers work in home boroughs but still suffer long schleps, report says
Crain's New York Business, by Rosa Goldensohn, March 31, 2016

Fewer Islanders commuting to Manhattan and elsewhere, report finds
Staten Island Advance, by Virginia N. Sherry, March 31, 2016

Growth Of Women-Owned Businesses In Dallas Outpacing Nation
CBS Local, by Robbie Owens, March 31, 2016

The Rise Of Women Entrepreneurs Is Good Economic News For New York
Forbes, by Susan Price, March 31, 2016

Exclusive: New report breaks down commute times for New Yorkers per neighborhood, industry
Metro NY, by Angy Altamirano, March 31, 2016

CityViews: To Reduce Inequality, NY Must Spend More On English Classes
City Limits, by Ruth Lopez, March 30, 2016

Cities Tap Women Entrepreneurs To Thrive
Builder , March 28, 2016

Where Dunkin’ Donuts and Starbucks Go Head-to-Head, Side-by-Side
Wall Street Journal, by Charles Passy, March 25, 2016

What the Boom in Women-Owned Businesses Means for Cities
CityLab, by Eillie Anzilotti, March 24, 2016

Top Cities Where Women Entrepreneurs Make the Most Money
Black Enterprise , by Carolyn M. Brown, March 23, 2016

Why is NYC’s Art Scene So White?
City Limits, by Brooke L. Williams, March 22, 2016

Women-Owned Businesses: How CEO Nellie Torres Built a Construction Company
Spark Business IQ, by Nancy Mann Jackson, March 18, 2016

Women’s History Month: Interview With Construction Industry Maverick Barbara Armand
Huffington Post, by Sandy Abrams, March 18, 2016

Women Entrepreneurs Drive Economic Growth in the Bronx
NY City Lens, by Kyra Gurney , March 16, 2016

More Women Are Opening Food Businesses Than Ever in New York, Study Says
Eater, by Patty Diez , March 14, 2016

NYC’s Rising Tide of Women Entrepreneurs
Next City, by Oscar Perry Abellow, March 14, 2016

The Magic Shop — recording studio where David Bowie and Lou Reed made albums — being priced out of SoHo digs
New York Daily News, by Kenneth Lovett, March 12, 2016

Can De Blasio Save Brooklyn Manufacturing?
City Limits, by Jarrett Murphy, March 10, 2016

Female-owned businesses on the rise on Staten Island
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Porpora, March 10, 2016

For women entrepreneurs, business is booming but capital isn’t keeping up
Crain's New York, by Gerald Schifman, March 09, 2016

Best Cities For Black Women To Launch and Operate a Thriving Business
Black Enterprise , by Carolyn M. Brown, March 08, 2016

MCC Theater Will Break Ground on New Performance Space Later This Month
Broadway World, March 07, 2016

Study: Women-owned business on the rise in BX
News 12, March 07, 2016

Editorial: Thriving small businesses are essential to local growth
The Commercial Appeal, March 07, 2016

Study: 40% of NYC businesses owned by women
News 12, March 05, 2016

Breaking Through: The Economic Impact Of Women Entrepreneurs
Forbes, by Keri Gohman and Jonathan Bowles, March 03, 2016

Women-Owned Businesses Are Growing—but Not Enough
Glamour, by Jillian Kramer, March 03, 2016

Ladies: Read This if You’re Thinking of Starting Your Own Business
Women's Health, by Korin Miller, March 03, 2016

21 Ideas To Support And Scale-Up Women-Owned Businesses In New York City
Inc., by Kelly Hoey, March 03, 2016

Fort Worth is crushing it when it comes to women-owned businesses
Culture Map Fort Worth, by Lindsey Wilson, March 03, 2016

Memphis leads nation’s largest cities in women-owned business growth
The Commercial Appeal, by Kevin McKenzie and Kayleigh Skinner , March 03, 2016

Bronx Women-Owned Businesses Skyrocket by More Than 50 Percent, Report Says
DNAinfo, by Eddie Small, March 03, 2016

Atlanta No. 3 U.S. city for growth of women-owned businesses
Atlanta Business Journal, by Ellie Hensley, March 02, 2016

New York Women In Tech Boost The City’s Economy
Forbes, by Bonnie Marcus, March 02, 2016

Women-Owned Businesses in Brooklyn Soar 39 Percent in 5 Years, Study Shows
DNAinfo, by Nikhita Venugopal , March 02, 2016

Report: Female-founded start-ups get less funding
The News & Observer, March 01, 2016

Women entrepreneurs on a dramatic rise in NYC over past 5 years: Study
Metro, by Angy Altamirano, March 01, 2016

N.Y.C.‘s female-founded start-ups receive a small fraction of VC funding
New York Business Journal, by Anthony Noto, March 01, 2016

Study: Women-owned businesses growing at 62% in Houston
Houston Chronicle, by Emma Hinchliffe, March 01, 2016

Study: New York’s a Good Town for Female Entrepreneurs
WNYC, by Ilya Marritz, March 01, 2016

Women entrepreneurs outnumber men in New York City, says new survey
Real Estate Weekly, March 01, 2016

Female Startups in New York City Are Increasing
Wall Street Journal, by Corinne Ramey, February 29, 2016

Urban Legend: Why Times Square (Still) Matters
New York Observer, by Kim Velsey, February 24, 2016

Bad Perms and Chill Vibes: Photographing Staten Island in the 1980s
City Lab, by Jessica Leigh Hester, February 23, 2016

In Departure from Predecessors, De Blasio Administration Overhauls City Welfare System
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, February 19, 2016

State pours subsidies into Staten Island outlet mall
Politico New York, by Jimmy Vielkind, February 15, 2016

Report: Optimism toward owning a home dwindling amid rising prices, stagnant wages
Construction Dive, by Kim Slowey, February 11, 2016

Americans Less Optimistic About Owning a Home
Realtor, by Clare Trapasso, February 08, 2016

The City’s Next Steps to Ensure Vibrant, Creative Communities
Gotham Gazette, by Adam Forman, February 03, 2016

Chains Grow in Bronx; Dunkin Takes the Lead
Bronx Times, by Madeline Anthony, January 26, 2016

Sweet’N Low to End Brooklyn Production After Nearly 60 Years
Associated Press, by Deepti Hajela, January 17, 2016

Brooklyn Sweet’N Low HQ Will Lay Off All 320 Factory Workers
Gothamist, by Emma Whitford, January 12, 2016

Don’t believe what they say, believe what they do
Crain's New York, by Greg David, January 11, 2016

Starbucks nears deal for new roastery in Meatpacking District
The Real Deal, by Mark Maurer, January 11, 2016

Sweet’N Low factory closing, 300 jobs to be cut
New York Business Journal, by Teresa Novellino, January 11, 2016

The Week Ahead in New York Politics, January 11
Gotham Gazette, by Ben Max, January 10, 2016

Sweet’N Low workers lash out at soon-to-be-former employer
Politico New York, by Dana Rubinstein, January 09, 2016

Sweet’N Low no longer to be manufactured in Brooklyn
Politico New York, by Dana Rubinstein, January 08, 2016

The New Fundraising Landscape | Budgets & Funding
Library Journal, by Lisa Peet, January 06, 2016

E.V. still among tops for chain stores
The Villager, by Yannick Rack, December 31, 2015

Editorial: Assessing How the Bronx Fared This Year
Norwood News, December 31, 2015

Bronx braced for a retail boom as prices draw developers to an untapped market
Real Estate Weekly, by Dan Orlando, December 30, 2015

Our Take: The State of the Chains
Straus Media, December 29, 2015

Made in America movement
Fox 5 News, by Stacey Delikat, December 29, 2015

Chain stores go for quality, not quantity as growth slows in NYC
Real Estate Weekly, by Dan Orlando, December 29, 2015

2015 means closing time for these iconic restaurants
New York Post, by Jennifer Gould Keil , December 27, 2015

Death in the Trades Towers: Where the elderly poor come to live—and die
The Huntsville Times, by Amy Yurkanin, December 27, 2015

Surprises From 2015, and Reasons for Hope
The New York Times, by Ginia Bellafonte, December 25, 2015

The Rent Is Still Too Damn High: Zaro’s Shuttering Bronx Outpost After 56 Years
Commercial Observer, by Terence Cullen, December 24, 2015

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