Flea Markets

Basilica Farm + Flea 2014
If Black Friday is synonymous with all that is wrong with capitalism, then the worthy antithesis to this unofficial sale-worshipping holiday is the Basilica Farm + Flea: an annual gathering of regional makers, farmers, food vendors and vintage collectors...
Graham & Co. Hotel, Catskills
by Janine Stankus On a sunny Saturday in May, the Esopus River runs red from recent rains and the tiny town of Phoenicia, NY is beginning to stir. A fleet of motorcycles rolls onto the one-block main drag while a pair of young men on beach cruisers...
G. Colton Flea Market
About six months ago, Garrett Colton of G. Colton (formerly Standard Goods) discovered the photography of Joel D. Levinson. Colton—who fills his Los Angeles store with new designs alongside vintage objects, magazines and books—was taken...
Gaelle Faure
An archaeologist-turned-anthropologist-turned-artist, Parisian Gaelle Faure uses collage to tell her own version of history. She forages flea markets for antiques and second-hand items, such as old photographs, dolls, dried butterflies and other...
L.A. Flea Market
Last Sunday, rather than the usual ballgame crowds, a different kind of fanatic filled L.A.'s Dodger Stadium parking lot. Shopaholics of all stripes came out to see the goods at the city's new monthly antiques, arts, food, and new-merchandise event...
Anarchy in a Jar
With Brooklyn's artisanal, back-to-basics food movement well underway, it seemed only a matter of time before jams and jellies joined the flurry of small-batch chocolates, beers, pickled goods, and popsicles. But that's as predictable as Anarchy...
People's Pops
by Laura Neilson This weekend marks the second season of People's Pops, frozen popsicles reinvented with gourmand flavor combos, at Fort Greene's Brooklyn Flea market (, as well as a first-time appearance...