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At Houses Of Worship, Women Serve Food For A Higher Purpose
Behind the scenes of the feasts and meals at houses of worship, there's almost always an army of women who peel potatoes, stir stews, mash chickpeas, slice onions and make by hand the various breads essential to the central meal.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
The New York Observer
On the Market: Some Thoughts About Mortgages; Negronis at the EDC; Future Luxuries
In the wake of Eric Holder's announcement last Thursday of a $17 billion government settlement with Bank of America over its less-than-kosher mortgages in the run up to the financial crisis, the New Yorker considers the extent to which such deals with the big banks-which have left individual executives pretty much untouched-provide help to ... (more)
Jeremiah's Vanishing New York
A Night at Forlini's
If you're looking for a good time in the old New York, you have to go to Forlini's on a night when Angelo Ruggiero is performing in the back room.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
South China Morning Post
Genesis of a New York Chinatown
Chinese are increasingly moving to New York's idyllic Long Island - but will they get, or even need, a societal hub, asks Rong Xiaoqing.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Friday night Reggae party at the Playland Motel is free and fun
One of the better Reggae themed parties dance party in the greater NYC region is near the beach and its not at Fire Island, or far away Long Island it is in the Rockaways and you can get there by subway.
The Airing of Grievances: Grievances: Noise, Major Food, Liebrandt, and More
As a Shitshow Week special, Eater asked some of New York's best food writers to anonymously share their gripes and frustrations about the restaurant world.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
The New York Observer
It's Chinatown: Neighborhood Sees Yet Another Harbinger of Gentrification
Today, the New York State Tenant Protection Unit served a subpoena on Marolda Properties, investigating allegations that the landlord had harassed tenants in an attempt to make them leave their rent-regulated Chinatown apartments.
New York Daily News
Chinatown landlord under investigation over complaints of forcing tenants out of apartments
Tenants have charged that Marolda Properties has tried to force them out by withholding basic services, refusing to renew leases as required by law and starting baseless eviction proceedings.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Cooking with Chef Jim Copening: An ethnic food adventure in Bradenton
We are vacationing in New York and California this month and we plan on shopping in some of our favorite ethnic grocery stores, especially Kalustyan's in "Little India" on Manhattan's east side.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
What is on TV tonight? The Great War, Dragon's Den and Made In Chelsea: NYC
Your viewing guide for the perfect night in. Sunday's best comedy, sport and guilty pleasures for a night on the sofa Daniel Mays brings to life the true story of soldier Reg Evans, who has to undergo pioneering plastic surgery after being shot in the face.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
The New Wave of Light, Beachy New York City Cafes
"We saw that most New York coffee spots were dark and full of reclaimed woods, and we wanted to go to the complete opposite end of the spectrum," says Two Hands owner Giles Russell.
Trailer for A24 & DirecTV's Revenge of the Green Dragons
A24 and DIRECTV have teamed up on Revenge OF THE GREEN DRAGONS, directed by Andrew Lau & Andrew Loo, and executive produced by Martin Scorsese.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
The Ten Least Sexy Subway Stops in New York City
Interestingly, the story makes no mention of the fact that everyone who rides the subway is miserable and heinous.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
6 Funny Movies to Watch This Weekend
"This 1928 movie may have more laughs per second than any movie ever made, and it's silent! The humor is in Buster Keaton's insistence on focusing totally on the task at hand.
Whittier Daily News
A look into Downtown Los Angelesa art boom
Matt Gleason, owner of Coagula Curatorial Art Gallery in Chinatown Arts District in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday, July 30, 2014.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Good Doctor, Bad Habit
White-booted, bowler-hatted debauchee John Thackery stumbles out of a Chinatown opium den at the beginning of the last century, orders a horse-drawn cab to take him the long way to work, and somewhere between Mott and 11th streets injects a restorative solution of cocaine between his toes.