A creative crafts shop is in the news because the owners say they’ve been hit with a wave of lawsuits.
The owners of The Creme of Happiness in New York City have been sued for the “possible harm to their business” by a local resident.
The owner of a nearby restaurant is also being sued, and in February, a man sued The Cremes for allegedly being a landlord and for allegedly discriminating against the owner of his own business.
The story of these creative craft stores has been a bit of a saga over the years.
In 2011, a woman named Shanna S. said she and her husband, who owns two creative shops, were “the victim of a hate crime” when they were attacked by two men in the parking lot of their downtown store.
A year later, a second woman, Krista J., told The New York Times that her two businesses were “targeted” and “harassed” by “a group of young, white men.”
The Crips, The Crazies, and the Thieves: The True Story of the Cremelings The Crestles, the creators of the iconic original Cremate, were among the first businesses in town to get the “federal stamp of approval” for a new store, and soon after, the city and county of New York gave them permission to open.
(They opened on Broadway in 2016.)
Since opening in 2017, The Crown has become a local institution, hosting monthly “cremate nights” in a space near the intersection of Broadway and Broadway and offering free craft supplies, including cologne and perfumes.
The Crescents have also expanded into other areas of the city, like their new shop in Brooklyn, which features more than 150 artisan products.
In 2018, The Cullens opened a shop on the corner of Broadway Street and Fifth Avenue called The Crayon Factory, which is filled with crayons, pastels, and other art supplies.
The Cullans also have a store on East 57th Street, which they say they opened as a way to help other artists, but which has since become a staple for local craft and craft culture events.
“The Cremates are one of the oldest, most innovative businesses in the city,” said Creme owner Rachel S.C. “We have worked tirelessly to get where we are, and they’ve done the same.”
The Cullen’s business partner, who has since left the company, is still the owner, and The Crown remains his company.
“They are the pioneers in our industry,” he said.
The Crowns’ store is located on Fifth Avenue near Broadway and is one of a handful of locations across the city that offer free, limited-edition craft supplies. “
That’s what we’re all about.”
The Crowns’ store is located on Fifth Avenue near Broadway and is one of a handful of locations across the city that offer free, limited-edition craft supplies.
“I was at the Creme last year and I saw the same thing happening to the Cullens,” said the owner.
But there are concerns about a new Cremation store in the area. “
It’s an incredible community of artists and artisans.”
But there are concerns about a new Cremation store in the area.
One of the owners, Kristy B., told the Daily News that she has experienced multiple cases of harassment by the owners of other creative craft shops, including the one that’s been sued.
“There’s been a lot of complaints that I’ve had to deal with in the past and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that,” she said.
But she added that the Crowns have taken a “big step forward” and are now making a statement by making a commitment to the community.
The Crown owners told The Daily News in a statement that they’ve received numerous threats over the past year, which led to them reopening their shop in March and creating a special location on the east side of Broadway.
They say that their new location on Fifth Ave.
will be open to the public beginning in the summer of 2021, and that they will also offer “a unique experience for our community.”
(The Cresceres have yet to announce a date for the opening of the new location.)
They also say that they plan to add more craft and art events, and are already in talks with the owners and a group of artists who are interested in sponsoring their new store.
“Our goal is to be the best place to do art and crafts in the world, and to make it accessible for people from all walks of life,” said Rachel S., the Cretes’ owner.
A lot of people feel that there’s a need for a place where artists can come together and collaborate.
But the Crown owners are concerned that they may not be able to accommodate everyone.
“If the Crescaes don’t have enough space, we’ll need to build a space bigger than that,”