For a follow-up to their Italian-farmhouse-style Rucola, partners Henry Rich and Julian Brizzi plan to open a Ligurian-inspired restaurant early next month on the premises of the 3rd Ward workspace and education center in East Williamsburg. Show More Summary
There are plenty of road surfaces appearing on the Southside (e.g. Gowrie, Fadden, Chisholm) with the new, cheap, loose gravel on tar method of re-surfacing. This is a noisy surface that increases tyre road noise, produces a poor ride especially with firm sports suspension and this is a surface that leaves loose gravel for weeks/months. [...]
The first stalks of rhubarb, in finely freckled shades of salmon pink and celery green and sticking out like glow sticks at a Phish concert, have made their way onto the folding tables at Greenmarket’s Samascott Orchards stand. No need to tell you that they’re delicious tempered with sugar and baked into a pie or crumble. Show More Summary
Peter has sent this in: While walking around the lake this pm, I walked past this. It is of course the National Gallery’s Diamonds by Neil Dawson. Got an image of Canberra you want to share with the world? Email it in to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The town we now know as Aurukun was originally known as the Archer River Mission Settlement. It was originally established in 1904 for the Presbyterian Church by the Reverend Arthur and Mrs. Richter who were assisted in the early settlement period by T.W. Holmes. The Richters led the establishment of the settlement up until 1913 [...]
Long-boiled pork-bone broth so rich it could fell an ox. Excited staffers shouting something at you in a foreign language when you walk in. Loud, frantic noodle slurping. Ah, yes, it must be another authentic tonkotsu-style ramen shop. Show More Summary
We leave together. You leave Yale College after four years; I leave the Yale Presidency after twenty. I find myself thinking about a Grateful Dead song written in 1970, the year I came to Yale as a graduate student. You know the words: "Lately it occurs to me, what a long, strange trip it's been." It's been a long trip, but, for us, more wonderful than strange.
Now that cycling is increasingly a 'mainstream' mode of transport, there're calls for cyclists to conform to the road rules. But it begs the question why some cyclists don't in the first place
If Miles Davis is the improbable muse behind Eleven Madison Park, could Charlie Parker be the creative inspiration—in name, at least—for Charlie Bird, a new, Italian-accented restaurant slated to open this week in the South Village?Show More Summary
There should be a warning for this movie, because while it's labeled a documentary, with its chiaroscuro lighting, it could be called an impressionist kaleidoscope dream, culled from real-life footage.
The Daily News is trying to get aboard the Exaggerated Trend Piece train (owned and operated by the New York Times) with a scoffing story on tepees, apparently the latest eye-rolling fixture in "hipster" households. [ more › ]
One of the defining characteristics of the LGBT community is our resilience and refusal to accept oppression. We're also known for our capacity, as a community, to put on a grand party when the situation demands it.
Red Line reconstruction begins, lost toddler returned to parents and marriage protesters clash in Little Village. [ more › ]
Sotheby's New York is hosting an auction that includes the most signed books by George Washington to come to a single auction in over a century. See highlights from the sale here in Chicago this Monday and Tuesday at Sotheby's Chicago offices. [ more › ]
An NYPD Lieutenant and his subordinates in the Brooklyn North Narcotics squad have cost New York City taxpayers more than $1.5 million in settled lawsuits. According to a lengthy Daily News investigation, 37-year-old Lt. Daniel Sbarra...Show More Summary
"This is it children, this is it!" you yell at your four grandkids, pointing to the display on the Google Wall of your micro apartment in New-New-Double East Queens. "We once read articles like these about how the rich were pushing us...Show More Summary
then Meskel Square is back up and running....
It's college graduation season, with young men and women all over the country receiving their degrees after four (or more) years of hard work. Many of them are lucky in that their commencement addresses are delivered by high profile, inspirational, and successful people (Lou Holtz spoke at my college graduation 11 years ago...man, I'm getting old). Show More Summary
Many small restaurants and food companies stand to lose thousands of dollars in revenue. The third and final day of the Great GoogaMooga food and music festival was cancelled earlier this afternoon at at approximately 12:30, with event organizers citing general public safety concerns and potential damage to Prospect Park. Show More Summary
The Garage will serve as Chicago's only food truck commissary complete with a full working kitchen and 1,600 square feet of space, the ideal spot for local mobile food vendors to park, cook and host events. [ more › ]