From the foothills of the Himalayas to the skyscrapers of the city, Dawa Sherpa carries his Buddhist principles with him wherever he goes. On Friday, the owner of the Land of Buddha boutique spoke to NYCityLens about immigrating, business, and finding inner peace in New York.
Trump’s clampdown on Iranian imports is hurting the carpet trade in the city
The new NYC guidelines giving black people the right to wear their hair however they like will likely drive profits for natural hair influencers and entrepreneurs.
Postcards from the first weekend at New York City’s newest playground, Hudson Yards
Commerce committee members seem keen to make a growing trend of card-only retail and dining a thing of the past, citing discrimination against cash carrying consumers
Where does your rose come from and how did it get here? The journey and business behind Valentine’s Day go-to flower, explained
At a Bronx center, workers learn about safety and their rights under OSHA
Yael Mintz, 11 years old, sat poised at a desk in front of a panel of New York City Council members Wednesday. She was speaking in favor of the ban on flavored e-cigarettes at a City Hall hearing. “I know kids only a year older than me already sucked in the world of juul,” she […]
Small shops anticipate a drop in customers with the coming closure, but they’re figuring out ways to keep humming
Despite the rise of online retailers, brick-and-mortar toy stores still have some meaning for the communities they serve.
Columbia’s graduate students want a union and better conditions, but the university won’t bargain
Builders worry that Trump’s trade rules could drastically impact the market
The Seattle retailer has opened a new brick and mortar men’s-only store on Columbus Circle
Local businessmen see opportunities as the area gentrifies, but pace of profitability is slow
The holiday is one of the busiest times of the year for the city’s chocolatiers and candy makers