Wednesday Apr 16
Krugman to the Rescue
There's hardly anyone who can top former Enron adviser Paul Krugman in the sweepstakes for bemoaning income inequality, and so it makes perfect sense that City University of New York would hire Krugman for $25,000 per month to be a grandee at its new center to study the problem.
The first fine-dining restaurant for dogs; where to find sustainable, ...
Nice one: Ox chefs Greg and Gabrielle Denton named among Food & Wine's Best New Chefs for 2014 April Fools 1: FreshDirect is offering a new product, today only: "eagle-caught salmon, sustainably harvested in the wilds of upstate New York."
Klea Blackhurst Set for Temple Beth Tikvah, 4/5
An evening of theater at Temple Beth Tikvah is set for Saturday April 5, 2014, beginning at 6 PM with a light dinner then, Klea Blackhurst , who played Dolly in this past summer's Goodspeed Opera production of Hello Dolly!, is coming to Temple Beth Tikvah to perform her review, Everything the Traffic will Allow, on Saturday, April 5. K Lea Black ... (more)
Mike's Hard Has a New Strategy, and It's All Digital
Lemonade has survived through booms and busts in the flavored-malt-beverage category, fending off competition from the likes of Diageo and Anheuser-Busch.
a Founda creators share stories behind tapes
Proving that one man's trash can indeed be another's treasure, New Yorkers Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett have built a touring show around their old VHS tape finds.
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Out of the Box: Maggie Link's Green Onion Potato Salad
Maggie Link, of Erie, said, "This recipe is from the cookbook "Applehood and Motherpie."
Is Shnitzel the New Falafel?
After three years of slinging their creative takes on Israeli schnitzel at Brooklyn food fair Smorgasburg, SchnitzNYC has finally gone brick and mortar.