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As long as you’ve got losing weight, quitting smoking and being nicer to your friends and family on your list of New Year’s resoutions, you might as well put becoming a savvy shopper on there too. The first three will help you body and soul - and that last one will keep a few more dollars in your pocket.


J&L Interiors Inc. is a great place to check out if you’re contemplating a little interior designing. Here you’ll find wonderful ideas to revamp your kitchen, office and even your business.

J&L Interiors Inc. specializes in kitchens, closets, wall units kitchen nooks, reupholstery, vanities and more. They’re conveniently located at 534 3rd Avenue so come on down and see all that they have to offer. You can also reach J&L Interiors Inc. at 718-499-1095.


Winter’s frigid winds may just be getting started but June’s proms and weddings are sure to follow. That’s why now is a great time to check out Vera Elysia’s special occasion dresses at 5405 Kings Plaza Mall.

Let other folks worry about mittens and galoshes – you’ve got a grand affair to plan for.

Vera Elysia carries a vast selection of head-turning evening gowns. Set off your look with the perfect pair of shoes or a knockout handbag. Rock a pair of evening gloves – the choice is up to you.

Vera Elysia should also be on every bride-to-be’s radar. They specialize in custom headpieces, veils and more. New merchandise is arriving daily so don’t miss out on all the latest styles and fashions.

Contact Vera Elysia at (718) 258-0797.


It’s tough to think about extravagant holiday gift-giving when just keeping the house stocked with groceries is a tall order. Still, nothing brings people together more than a delicious home cooked holiday meal. That’s why you should check out the newly opened Gristedes located at 101 Clark Street.

At Gristedes you’ll find a vast selection of food and produce at affordable prices. Come on down and discover how special your own holiday feast can be after a trip to Gristedes

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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