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Meatpacking District to Host Inaugural ‘Very Merry Holiday’ Event

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It’s no surprise that neighborhoods are collectively throwing modern “block parties,” especially around the holidays, with stores teaming up with extra hours and extra TLC for their customers. Case in point: New York’s trendy Meatpacking District’s inaugural ‘Very Merry Holiday Hours’ event.

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Agabhumi Brings Balinese Artisans to the World

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Going to Bali this winter break? Us neither *sigh* but that won’t stop us from searching website Agabhumi for the latest accessories and fashion items from Balinese artisans. Agabhumi (meaning “ancient firmament”) is a slice of “heaven on Earth,” offering jewelry, apparel and accessories imbued in the mystical culture of …

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Yesterday, the National Retail Federation filed a brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a South Dakota case on whether online sellers can be required to collect sales tax the same as local stores, saying the court’s landmark 1992 ruling on the issue is out of date and that collection is no longer the burden it might once have been.