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2014 Stories by Alanna Schubach

Archives: 2014
  • GOODBYE, GLUTEN

    published August 20, 2014

    Although there has been an increase in awareness about celiac disease, it’s still hard out there for the gluten intolerant: Just try finding... More >>

  • TESTING THE WATERS

    published August 13, 2014

    Until recently, the Gowanus Canal was the last place you’d head for dinner and drinks; the Superfund site is thought to be one of the most... More >>

  • THREE SHEETS A CHEF

    published August 6, 2014

    There’s no reason to let indolence, ineptitude, or intoxication get in the way of whipping up something delicious, if Hannah Hart’s... More >>

  • BREW YORK, BREW YORK

    published July 30, 2014

    The summer’s already halfway over, but you can drown your sorrows at this massive tasting event. Tonight, Edible Manhattan presents the 6th... More >>

  • BURGER JOINT

    published July 30, 2014

    In 2013, Time Out New York readers voted the burger at Woodside standby Donovan’s Pub the best in the city. This year, Donovan’s is... More >>

  • ALL YOU CAN EAT

    published July 2, 2014

    What could be more American than competitive gluttony? This Independence Day, Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest returns for its 41st... More >>

  • MEAT IS MURDER

    published July 2, 2014

    The title of this pro-veggie manifesto—Meat is for Pussies —sure is combative, but we’d expect no less from John Joseph, a... More >>

  • SAY CHEESE

    published June 25, 2014

    Vegans and the lactose intolerant would do well to give Larkin Cold Storage a wide berth today: the LIC warehouse will be filled to the brim with... More >>

  • IN RAINBOWS

    published June 25, 2014

    NYC Pride, among the world’s biggest LGBT festivals, centers around a march commemorating the Stonewall Riots, but the mood is anything but... More >>

  • LIFE IMITATES ART

    published June 18, 2014

    Artist Michael Alan likes to play with linearity: He creates paintings within paintings, visual puzzles, and live “happenings” in... More >>

  • THIS LITTLE PIGGY

    published June 18, 2014

    In Greek mythology, Odysseus is nearly devoured multiple times over the course of his long journey, but what did he eat? And If You Lose Your Way,... More >>

  • GOOD OLD DAYS

    published June 11, 2014

    New Yorkers, it seems, just can’t get enough of the roaring twenties. The Jazz Age Lawn Party returns for its ninth year, bringing revelers... More >>

  • TILL YOU DROP

    published June 4, 2014

    Cynthia King, founder of the Cynthia King Dance Studio, trained at the Boston Conservatory and now makes community development her central m.o.... More >>

  • HILL COUNTRY

    published May 28, 2014

    As a lawyer from rural Missouri with no connections to the literary world, Nancy Allen’s odds of breaking into the New York publishing scene... More >>

  • STRINGS ATTACHED

    published May 28, 2014

    St. Ann’s Warehouse of DUMBO is known for its rallying support of innovative and experimental projects, and its Puppet Lab is an incubator... More >>

  • POP GOES THE ART

    published May 28, 2014

    Ping-pong emporium Spin Galactic, owned in part by Susan Sarandon, aims to be an entertainment venue that gives back by hosting and sponsoring a... More >>

  • SING YOUR LIFE

    published May 21, 2014

    It’s hard to imagine that Morrissey, king of the morose, would want a birthday party, but no matter: The Bell House wishes Mr. Bigmouth a... More >>

  • IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES

    published May 21, 2014

    Aspiring writers know that sending out a manuscript can feel like throwing it into the void — grabbing a publisher’s attention is... More >>

  • DANCE REVOLUTION

    published May 14, 2014

    This Saturday, if you’re passing through Tompkins Square Park, you risk getting ticketed — for not dancing. Dance Parade Inc., a... More >>

  • LET’S PATI!

    published May 14, 2014

    New York is home to nearly 130,000 Haitian immigrants, and the community has an especially vibrant presence in Brooklyn, having enriched the... More >>

  • WATCH THE THRONE

    published May 7, 2014

    Even the most devoted Game of Thrones fan has to admit that the popular HBO series relies on a number of fantasy tropes: dragons, sword fights,... More >>

  • ESCAPE NEW YORK

    published May 7, 2014

    This Mother’s Day, why not skip the usual flowers and instead give your mom an arrangement of gyoza? The fried dumplings, along with ramen,... More >>

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