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Scarves for Ovarian Cancer Awareness; Ride Brooklyn's New Shop

The Destination Maldives Mantra Wrap ($75) and the Peacock Handkerchief ($40)
The Destination Maldives Mantra Wrap ($75) and the Peacock Handkerchief ($40)

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EVERYWHERE—Three years ago, David Barton Gym declared September 20th "Diane's Day"—a day dedicated to raising funds and awareness for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in honor of David's sister, Diane. This year, Sir Alistair Rai has created two hand-dyed printed scarves to commemorate the occasion, the proceeds of which will be dedicated to the Clearity Foundation and Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation. The above scarves will be available at David Barton locations nationwide. [RackedWire]

WILLIAMSBURG—The Park Slope bike shop Ride Brooklyn will open a location on Kent Avenue and N. 7th Street in "a week or two," DNAinfo reports. In addition to selling bikes, they'll also offer bike repairs and, potentially, classes in the spring. [DNAinfo]