This month, if you’re up for it, discover the many treasures brightening the spaces of New York’s galleries, art fairs, restaurants and museums.
Tucked away in an alley off the main street of East Hampton, New York, sits a pub that serves a very delicious delectation.
Here, Nuhma Tuazon, owner of Nuhma NYC, offers her delicious take on Matzo Ball Soup, a Passover classic.
A Jucy Lucy (spelled correctly) is a slow-cooked cheddar burger with a simple surprise: the cheese is placed and melted inside the patty.
Having read and enjoyed his Novel Advice, I emailed Jay Bushman to see if he’d be up for answering some questions. Kindly, he agreed.
These burgers are beloved – found on many a best list. And they really do hold up to their reputation.
A ball, four downs, and the road to glory. Here’s our guide to understanding American professional football and its championship game, the Super Bowl.
Doreen Odom, the Managing Director of the Mental Health Project for the Urban Justice Center in New York City, was kind enough to answer some questions for us about her work, and here is what she had to say.
*** It’s an incredibly simple concept, 100 Who Care. If 100 people give $100 each to a local charity, they can collectively raise $10,000 in an hour. We spoke with Laurie Richter, founder of a 100 Who Care chapter and VP of the 100 Who Care Alliance, to find out more about her experiences and … Continue reading Looking for a Hundred (or More) People Who Care: Our Q & A with Laurie Richter
*** “…. Please Join The Parade.” NOT. As rain fell this Thanksgiving morning, November 26, the pandemic-silenced marching bands were tuning up, the clowns clowning, the balloons being un-netted for their annual march down the parade route to Herald Square. Smiling faces peering through the barricades and little ones waving from fifth floor windows were … Continue reading Photo Essay – The 2020 Thanksgiving Day Parade – New York City