The Spicy Spring from Prince Street Pizza, with its thick, olive oil–infused crust; spicy tomato sauce; mozzarella and Pecorino Romano cheese; and crisp-edged pepperoni, is an insanely good pizza with only one real problem: It doesn't exist anywhere else. No longer. Here's how to make that pizza anywhere in the world.
Travelers through the Prince Street subway station in Manhattan yesterday may have looked twice at its signage that was temporarily transformed into a memorial for the late Prince.
New York City was the site of several tributes to Prince on Thursday night, with the Prince Street subway station getting a makeover in the singer’s honor, and filmmaker Spike Lee throwing an impromptu block party in Brooklyn, which quickly became a packed gathering of fans paying their...
Owners Toni Allocca and Nick Hartman. When 27-year-old Toni Allocca opened Olive's on Prince Street in 1992, it was actually hard to find a fresh salad served in a handy takeout box. "I worked at Jerry's at the time, and I had this vision to make restaurant food for a to-go market," she says. Show More Summary
With its elegant Georgian streets and the ancient closes of the Old Town, many people are surprised to learn that Edinburgh is not just famous for its large spaces such as Princes Street Gardens or the Meadows, we are also a city of secret and private gardens. Show More Summary
Heading west through the shop-filled blocks of Prince Street in New York's Soho neighborhood, one new storefront stands out for its stark white color palette and bright, inviting design, visible through huge windows. It's the first U.S. flagship for The Laundress, the only brand of cleaning... Continue reading
Opened in 1975, the low-key French bistro on Prince Street continues to be a refuge for SoHo’s bohemian old guard and younger scene makers.
After much success with its Prince Street store in New York, FEIT opens up shop in a new part of town. The Australian leather shoemaker’s latest venture takes place in posh West Village, inside of a family-owned landmark building… The post “Volume & Void” – Inside FEIT’s New Immersive West Village Shop appeared first on Selectism.
The city is reportedly one step closer to turning Little Italy's Elizabeth Street Garden?a private community garden dotted with statues between Spring and Prince Streets that hosts tai-chi, baby yoga, and movie nights?into affordable housing for seniors. [ more › ]
June 27--The New River Transit Authority will celebrate its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting at 11 a.m. Monday on the first floor of Beckley's Intermodal Gateway. The ground floor level off Prince Street is now home to an intermodal...Show More Summary
Well-dressed girl #1: You know what? Well-dressed girl #2: What? Well-dressed girl #1: Throwing up at work really isn’t as bad as it seems. –Prince Street between Lafayette & Mulberry Waif #1: Ugh. I feel so fat…I feel so gross. I’m not going to fit into any of my summer clothes…I’ve been trying to be […]
#StephenColbert interviews #GeorgeLucas @TribecaFilmFest! | http://t.co/RJDSkKbHMk #LateShow #StarWars #tribecatalks pic.twitter.com/G2Q1ixlOKZ — Prince Street PR (@PrinceStreetPR) April 18, 2015 A version of this article originallyShow More Summary
Beginning last night, April 2, SoHo’s Louis K. Meisel Gallery on Prince Street is showcasing The Great American Pinup Returns. And it is one telling detail, relayed by Justin Rocket Silverman in the Daily News, that bears repeating: The...Show More Summary
The murder trial in the case of Etan Patz is still going on after being reopened nearly 35 years after the 6-year-old disappeared near his family's Prince Street home. He was the first missing child to be put on a milk carton and, in 1983, President Reagan named May 25th "National Missing Children's Day" after him. [ more › ]
Well-dressed girl #1: You know what? Well-dressed girl #2: What? Well-dressed girl #1: Throwing up at work really isn’t as bad as it seems. –Prince Street Chick #1: …so, I got these laxatives. Chick #2: Did you take them? Chick #3: No, but I never eat. I have, like, one orange a day. –Columbus Circle […]
Independent French eyewear brand Anne et Valentin recently opened a fourth standalone store in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. The design-y new space parallels its Prince Street location in Manhattan with a similar abundance of grained wood and… The post Introducing Anne et Valentin Eyewear, France appeared first on Selectism.
Experience the luxury of a bygone era with a wholly modern spin at one of these world-class railway hotels. > The Caledonian (Edinburgh, Scotland): Though Edinburgh’s Princes Street train station shut down nearly 50 years ago, the century-old sandstone hotel built beside it has relaunched after a multimillion-dollar overhaul. Inside the original Edwardian facade are…
The Edinburgh Festival season is almost over. Giant tents are already being taken down at the BBC site on university land below my office window. Soon (Sunday, August 31) will come the final outdoor concert in the Princes Street Gardens, with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra sitting below a thousand-year-old castle playing dramatic music (Ride of […]
Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art is offering New Yorkers a rare glimpse into the pre-AIDS gay sexual culture at their Prince Street Project Space with The Fairoaks Baths, a collection of photographs by Frank Melleno. The Fairoaks Hotel was a converted apartment building owned by a group of gay friends on the corner of […]