Everyone in my neighborhood really keeps their ear to the ground. For the most part, people are extremely in-the-know and nosy about new shops, new businesses, old businesses, etc. It has the energy of the old Italian neighborhood that it is.
One rumor I heard long ago and paid no mind to was that a HUGE venue was going to open up on a very sleep street in our fairly sleepy neighborhood.
The google maps is routing subway goers away from my particular shop, but we are thinking of making a post card of what's cool in our hood so that maybe we can get it into a coffee shop or something like that.
How did I not know that an 1,800 person venue was opening up down the block, with a sold out PJ harvey show and the specials on the books.
How could this benefit our small business? Thoughts?
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