From the Daily News:
A shuttered Forest Hills bakery once known for its sugary kosher treats - as well as its postwar architecture - may see new life in a historical village opening near Birmingham next year.
Business partners Patti Miller and Joel Owens want to buy memorabilia from Jay Dee Bakery - a 60-year-old neighborhood mainstay that closed a few months ago - to recreate the shop in their planned nostalgic town.
Miller said she may start removing Jay Dee's signage as soon as this weekend and re-open the bakery at the village in late 2010. She's hoping longtime locals can provide photos of the interior for her re-creation.