Whole Foods' new line of millennial-baiting stores will open its first NYC location in Fort Greene next year, as an anchor tenant inside a new development by the prolific Two Trees Management company. 365 by Whole Foods is set to debut...Show More Summary
by Kathy Fennessy "You talking to me?". For the past decade, Belgian cinema has been on the rise, capped by acclaimed efforts from Michaël R. Roskam, and Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. Like his predecessors, debut director Robin Pront...Show More Summary
Today's showers are out, but some drizzle is possible overnight. Better weather Saturday.
Whatever it takes to save Chicago's ugly-beautiful postmodern icon. [ more › ]
Advocates for marijuana legalization gave away joints on Inauguration Day to hundreds of people who lined up for blocks near the Dupont Circle neighborhood in Northwest Washington.
'His populist rhetoric is a big con--but reality has a way of catching up.' [ more › ]
Hundreds of protesters clutched umbrellas as they gathered under murky skies and a steady stream of rain in downtown Los Angeles on Friday, shortly after President Trump declared in his inauguration speech that a new vision would govern the land. Their numbers had been whittled down from an expected...
"It's one of those things that brings people together," says DCMJ co-founder Nik Schiller. The group estimates they gave away more than 8,000 joints. [ more › ]
Clifford “T.I.” Harris has been writing a bunch of letters these days expressing his frustrations with the current state of the United States. He’s penned letters to both former President Obama and President Donald Trump (click HEREShow More Summary
by Heidi Groover "Some of the most enthusiastic shouts and cheers around me are coming from women. They appear almost entirely white and they’re decked out in Trump gear. Presumably, they are part of the 53 percent of white women who voted for Trump." Nate Gowdy With the red hats, he has created a universal symbol. Show More Summary
Donald John Trump was sworn in Friday as the 45th president of the United States of America, but in his angry, graceless inauguration speech he described…
Ways To Protest And Support The Local Community Without Breaking The Bank by Stranger Things To Do Staff This weekend, whether you plan to protest or to support artists and members of the local community in ways that have nothing to do with the inauguration—or both—there are events for you that won't cost more than $10. Show More Summary
Also, proprietor of 19 years Nick Bovis has now filed a federal lawsuit claiming trademark infringement. [ more › ]
by Ned Lannamann The story of McDonald’s is as American as that fast-food restaurant’s version of apple pie—a dubious, deep-fried log of chemically sweetened goo. The business was started by two brothers, Dick and Mac McDonald, who brought production-line efficiency to their small San Bernadino hamburger stand. Show More Summary
Inauguration Day is finally here, so bars and restaurants can soon start focusing on something else. [ more › ]
“J-Wraps” join ramen on the new Chinatown menu Go!ku J-wraps & RamenAddress: 4300 W. Spring Mountain Road, Ste. 108 Phone: 702-998-9781 Status: Open daily from 10 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. The low-key, but underground favorite Ramen MisoyaShow More Summary
The 45th president’s speech struck an unusually pessimistic tone.
Protesters broke out in chants against President Trump during his swearing-in ceremony on the U.S. Capitol.
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Every time a car or truck gets its oil changed, something must be done with the used lubricant, which contains flecks of metal that are absorbed when combustion engines run. This being New York City,... To view the full story, click the title link.