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John Benjamin Hickey stars in the network's second scripted drama, slated for a summer premiere. read more
I think the show?s tagline ?Nuclear. Family.? should get some kind of a Concise Simplicity Award, as it tells viewers pretty much all they need to know without resorting to silly puns or bombast. Some families can barely hold it together when atomic bombs aren?t involved, so I can?t imagine these characters? lives being any less tumultuous. Show More Summary
Mr. Korsh, who was the chef and a partner at Calliope in Manhattan, will replace Floyd Cardoz, who is leaving on April 30.
WGN America is using the premiere of its first original series, "Salem," to tease its next project: The World War II-era drama "Manhattan."The show centers on the scientists working on the Manhattan Project, which developed the first atomic bombs during the Second World War. Show More Summary
Courtesy of Judgmental Maps comes this breakdown of NYC's neighborhoods—which are all stamped with offensive and/or played out cliches. While Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens are all tagged with plenty of stereotypes, Staten Island is missing all together, which is really just a missed opportunity for the map maker. [ more › ]
Customers shopping a few days before Easter At the Baczynsky Meat Market in Manhattan's East Village, specialty foods for loading the groaning board of Easter dinner are gathering: hams and sausages, mustards and stuffed cabbage, poppy-seed...Show More Summary
John Benjamin Hickey, Daniel Stern, Olivia Williams, Ashley Zukerman and Rachel Brosnahan star in WGN America‘s 13-episode scripted series Manhattan, slated to premiere in July. Set during the clandestine mission to build the world’s first atomic bomb in Los Alamos, NM, Manhattan follows the brilliant but flawed scientists and their families. Show More Summary
Popcorn is the perfect crunchy, salty accompaniment to film viewing, but it might be insufficient while watching two new mouth-watering movies -- Tasting Menu, opening today at Manhattan's Quad Cinema, and Chef, a Tribeca Film Festival selection scheduled for May 9 release. Show More Summary
As if it weren't enough that Manhattan's been plagued by a recent measles resurgence, eight students at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ have reportedly contracted mumps. Up next: smallpox, rinderpest, bubonic plague, dodo bird stampede. [ more › ]
Airbnb has reportedly closed a huge $500 million funding round ahead of a possible public offering later this year. Last month the Wall Street Journal reported that the company was seeking more capital with a whopping $10 billion valuation. TechCrunch …
WGN America is taking viewers back to another part of history — this time without witches — in Manhattan, an original
It is not very often that you see one of these parked on a street corner in Lower Manhattan Let’s face it, airline food doesn’t necessarily have the best reputation. For many people, it is thought of as bland, mushy, overcooked, or any one of a plethora of other unappetizing adjectives. Those who actually [...]Show More Summary
Bradley Gerla, 55, has worked as a leasing broker in lower Manhattan for 30 years and has seen the rise of the neighborhood's popularity among office tenants because of its mix of quality buildings,... To view the full story, click the title link.
For the third day in a row we are going to get a reminder that the Atlantic Ocean isn't too far away. The water temperature off lower Manhattan is in the mid 40s this morning, and it is in the lower 40s off Montauk. The cold water chills...Show More Summary
The Dominique Ansel bakery embarks on a kind of comeback tour today, offering up free Cronuts and Cookie Shots at secret locations through Manhattan until 5 p.m. today. The baker began Tweeting locations at 10:30 a.m. and it looks like the first stop will be somewhere in the Flatiron. [ more › ]
Follow the rabbit — or in this case, the Cronut. Pastry chef Dominique Ansel gives out free Cronuts and Milk and Cookie shots to celebrate his new cookbook cover at "secret" locations in Manhattan Friday from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The strategy relies on hegemonic control over the global banking system, buttressed by a network of allies and the reluctant acquiescence of neutral states. Let us call this the Manhattan Project of the early 21st century...[But] the...Show More Summary
This week was a week of art exhibit and special shop-in-shop openings. From Brooklyn and Manhattan to London and LA, see the places to hit this special Easter weekend in our list below. WORLDWIDE: Record Store Day (Saturday, April… Where To Go This Weekend | April 2014, Week 3 is a post by Jeff Carvalho on Selectism.
Photo by Kmf164, Creative Commons Strivers’ Row is three rows of townhouses in western Harlem, in the New York City borough of Manhattan on West 138th and West 139th between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Show More Summary