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Nova returns to Ground Zero to witness the final chapter in an epic story of engineering, innovation, and preserverance of the human spirit: the completion of One World Trade Center.
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I'm back in Winston-Salem for the fourth consecutive year, and, as always, it's for the RiverRun International Film Festival.
BizBash Live is the largest one-day gathering of event organizers held annually in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and South Florida.
New Yorker reporter Sophie Brickman tells readers to think of the three covert days spent in Brooklyn by 20 world-class culinary artists as The Real World: Chef's Edition .
A German company, Biozoon , is working on a 3D-printed food extruder that creates food that literally melts in your mouth, allowing elderly patients with dysphagia - the inability to swallow - to eat without choking.
Wylie Dufresne was taking a rare day off when, around 7 p.m. on April 8, he got the call every chef dreads.
Icon Realty Management filed plans with the Department of Buildings for a seven-story, 39,000-square-foot apartment complex on the Lower East Side.
For forty-eight hours this week, some of the world's most acclaimed chefs, who hold twenty Michelin stars and myriad awards between them, were living in hiding in New York City.
As a follow-up to my previous post, " 5 Telltale Signs of Foodie Behavior in the Wild ," I thought I'd share some of my own personal reflections that might shed some light on why we foodies are such a quirky bunch.
Dana Cree's desserts were standouts from her first days as a pastry chef in Seattle, but she never stopped looking for new ways to explore her craft.
I'm just back from a whirlwind trip to New York for the Roger Smith Conference on Food , an evolution of a cookbook conference that a collection of food leaders, including historian Andy Smith, started a few years ago.
In The Deerholme Foraging Book, Bill Jones focuses on how to prepare and cook the natural plants that you've gathered, such as making gomae from stinging nettle instead of spinach.