16 hrs ago
The Big Apple
The House that Herring Built
Listen to Robert Emmerich introduce The Big Apple , a hit song from 1937. Music written by Bob and performed by Tommy Dorsey's Clambake Seven with Bob on piano.
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20 hrs ago
Live Comedy Show BEERPROV Makes US Debut, 4/11
Started in 2010 in Toronto, Canada, BeerProv quickly developed a reputation as being one of the funniest shows in the country.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Artist debuts Abstract Expressionist paintings at gallery's new LES location
For its debut at its new Lower East Side location, The Rachel Uffner Gallery is currently presenting an exhibition of work by Joanne Greenbaum.
The Huffington Post
Visit the New York Filming Locations of HBO's Girls
Girls is the coming-of-age love child of a Nora Ephron rom-com, Joan Didion prose meandering and Woody Allen-esque awkwardness over a Sex and the City best frenemies through-line.
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Manhattan Mini Storage Offers Storage to Displaced Survivors of East Harlem Building Explosion
New York, NY March 14, 2014 In the wake of Wednesday's massive gas explosion and collapse at two apartment buildings in East Harlem, Manhattan Mini Storage is offering free storage at its East Harlem location to any displaced residents for up to three months while they recover from the incident and secure new housing.
New in NYC: The Handy Liquor Bar Serves Sazerac Cocktails and Rock Photography
THR peeks inside SoHo's anticipated "throwback" cocktail lounge and piano bar, which recently hosted parties for Padma Lakshmi and Tilda Swinton.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Nancy and Joe
In 1964 - the year after the 21-year-old Joe Brainard moved to New York from Tulsa, Oklahoma, and the year after Roy Lichtenstein painted Whaam! and Andy Warhol made Double Elvis - Susan Sontag was earnestly trying to define 'camp' in an essay that is, unfortunately, considered a classic today.
The Jewish News Weekly
hardly strictly bagels | Opportunity to eat a New York bagel in S.F. gets strange
Last month, pop-up purveyors Wes Rowe and Sonya Haines of San Francisco decided to get some bagels flown in from New York and sell them at a one-day operation called East-side Bagels.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Crain's New York Business
Crown Heights jazz club | Lands End relocates | Steven Madden sale
For the Record is a weekly listing of information from the public record that can help businesspeople in the New York area find opportunities, potential new clients and updates on competitors.
The New York Observer
Katz Fight! Famous Deli Sues 'Katz & Dogz' Food Cart Over Name
If you are Katz's Deli, the answer is more than a million dollars. The famous Lower East Side deli is suing a brand of food carts that go under the name "Katz & Dogz."
Beastie Boys Square Plan Rejected Again by LES Committee
A final vote on the plan will be held on March 25 during Community Board 3's full board meeting.
Newly engaged Mary-Kate Olsen shows off shiny sparkler at book launch ...
Newly engaged Mary-Kate Olsen, 27, shows off shiny sparkler at book launch party with her 44-year-old beau Olivier Sarkozy She made waves last week when she showed off when she showed off a large sparkler around her ring finger.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
NYPD: City Had 10-Day Period in February With No Murders
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William Bratton say that there was a 10-day period in February where there were no murders at all in the city, something that they say has never happened since the New York City Police Department started keeping records.
Dame Dash Hosts 'Vibes Are The Only Currency' Art Exhibit In NYC
This past Sunday, Dame Dash hosted an art show for a young New York artist named Mark Anthony Green.
Legal Battle Over LES Garden is Ripe for the Picking
A battle between Lower East Side developers and the operators of a community garden for children is now heading to court.
Is a Day-Old Bagel Really the Best San Francisco Can Do?
You can take the New Yorker out of New York, but evidently, you can't take the kvetching out of a New Yorker.
Sietsema: A Three-Way Battle for Pastrami Supremacy
As a girlfriend says to George in a fifth-season episode of Seinfeld , "I find pastrami to be the most sensual of all the salted cured meats."
Mon Mar 10, 2014
New York Post
Would you pay $10 for this cup of coffee?
They sure are charging a latte money for a cup of java at Budin coffee shop in Greenpoint.
Construction Equipment Guide
PWC Eyes Opportunities for Manhattan Condo Market
Lloyd Mulvey photo are speakers at PWC's Developers Forum: Lois Weiss, moderator, New York Post; Colleen Wenke, Taconic Investment Partners; David Belt, Macro Sea; Laurie Golub, HFZ; Melissa Roman Burch, Forest City Ratner Cos., and Lenore Janis, PWC.
The Armory and Fountain Art Fair, PopUp Party at Fred Torres Gallery Recap
The Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory featured seventy-two of the nation's leading art galleries presenting their best museum-quality works of art from the 19th, 20th and cutting-edge 21st century.