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Yet Another TJ Maxx; Teaching Tailoring Skills to Kids; Holiday Markets

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MIDTOWN—The TJ Maxx invasion continues. The latest outpost opens on 57th Street next Thursday at 8am, but fixtures are already in, according to Guerilla Shopper. [GS]

HARLEM—Here's a a pretty amazing story about Marion Anderson, an 84-year-old retired New York City public school teacher who has decided to single-handedly fight sagging jeans by teaching young men how to make their own well-tailored pants. [DNAinfo]

NEW YORK CITY—This year's holiday markets should have much better food. Look for Momofuku Milk Bar, Wafels & Dinges, Stuffed Artisan Cannolis, and Sigmund Pretzel Shop at the Union Square market, while Columbus Circle will have Pies 'n' Thighs, Crif Dogs, and the Fatty Crab/Fatty 'Cue team. [Eater NY]

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