The interior of Andrew Carmelli's Little Park (85 West Broadway; 212-220-4110) gives off the same natural feel as the food. Warm oak booths are wrapped in neutral variegated fabric. The white-washed ceiling is softened with a rectangular cut-out of draped cream cloth. Subdued lighting highlights the ... More >>
Victor Calderone is looking forward to the October 4 debut of his residency at the newly opened Space Ibiza NY as a long-delayed homecoming. Sure, Calderone, one of the city's true superstar DJs, has enjoyed residencies at nearly every big-room club in town. And he has been fielding other offers. Bu ... More >>
Hit the track!" Bridget Everett growls as she lowers herself to the lip of the Joe's Pub stage, lifting the hem of her flowing silver gown to flash the sold-out crowd in time to the slinky r&b beat. "Short one, long one, doesn't matter/Just suck on that bean, watch it get fatter/You've had a bad d ... More >>
The Veggielante is on a mission to spread the word about places to order good, meatless grub. Check out this week's pick. Destination: Hampton Chutney Co. (68 Prince Street; 212-226-9996) Neighborhood: Soho, Manhattan Cuisine: Dosa and uttapam
Ah, Friday! The weekend's so close you can taste it! Does it taste like the ocean? Because this weekend is full of tasty sea-centric events, and we've rounded up our favorites just for you.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about celebrating the new Brooklyn wine trail. Both Brooklyn Oenology and Brooklyn Winery, featured in the story, were relatively unscathed by Hurricane Sandy. But Red Hook Winery is located right over the water, nearly at the end of Pier 41, and the facility was completely ... More >>
Monday, August 27 Beer and Burger. Beginning Monday, August 27 and available every Monday through Friday from 5 to 7pm, Orchard House will be offering a $9 beer and burger special. The special includes a classic beef burger with lettuce and tomato (additional toppings available for an extra charge) ... More >>
Somehow, the Oval Office getting a "makeover" -- i.e. fixing all the things they haven't had time to fix -- is news. What's new? New York in the house.
Bob Kohler doing outreach for homeless people with HIV in 2000. photo: Cary Conover Bob Kohler, gay activist, former owner of The Loft on Christopher Street, Stonewall veteran, co-founder of the Gay Liberation Front, ACT UP member, and longtime fixture of Charles Street, died on Wednesday at the ag ... More >>
How the boldfaced and the beautiful spent their summer vacations
Dark Room turns one; Cyril's in the Hamptons
From The New York Times Editors