Domino's Pizza founder and Roman Catholic activist Tom Monaghan filed a lawsuit in federal court last week, suing the government over its contraceptive mandate.
Monaghan does not currently own Domino's -- he sold the company back in 1998 -- but the 75-year-old is bringing attention to the fact that ... More >>
If you're looking for romantic advice and you've sapped your pals' repository of answers (not to mention their patience), why not turn to the stars? Especially when they're as witty and real-talking as Hunx? In the first installment of his love-advice column, he offers tips on making the first move, ... More >>
Winnie JengWhen alt-epic crew Farewell Republic recorded their beaming, hazegazy debut, Burn The Boats, none of the members had reached the age of 23, but it sounds like they lived through the 1990s multiple times: Swirly Corgan guitars with none of the arena cheese, shoegaze pedal chains for ... More >>
Lauren ShockeyOrder from Sushi.com at 1570sushi.com.
There's a certain art to creating a good restaurant name. You might want to go for a cheeky pun, like A Salt and Battery or the Soy Luck Club. Maybe you want to name it after the chef, taking the route of Daniel or David Burke Kitchen. Loca ... More >>
So the James Beard Foundation Awards were last night and New York City cleaned up pretty well, with Best New Restaurant going to ABC Kitchen, Outstanding Pastry Chef awarded to Eleven Madison Park's Angela Pinkerton, Outstanding Restaurant Award also nabbed by Eleven Madison Park, and Outstan ... More >>
"It's like every brewer has to make a pumpkin ale now," said the bearded fellow at Whole Foods' beer shop. "But if you don't like any of these," he continued, gesturing to my shopping bag, "I think you should probably just give up on pumpkin ales."
Pumpkin ales start popping up everywhere i ... More >>
Eugene Mirman, with friend.Eugene Mirman is a very funny man--so funny that this very publication dubbed him New York's best stand-up comedian in 2009. You've probably seen him on Flight of the Conchords or at Union Hall, where he hosts Tearing the Veil of Maya with Michael Showalter. Last ye ... More >>
Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab was arraigned this afternoon in his Ann Arbor hospital bed and charged with willfully attempting to destroy an aircraft and willfully placing and causing to be placed a destructive device on an aircraft. U.S. District Judge Paul D. Borman signed the complaint, which allege ... More >>
Tabletmag.comTwo years before David Sax was born, his paternal grandfather died while eating a smoked meat sandwich from Schwartz's Hebrew Delicatessen in Montreal. But the food that caused his grandfather's literal downfall was also his legacy: it "pickled my soul with a craving for salt, ga ... More >>
courtesy Marianne Boesky Gallery
The discreet jiggle that comes with the New York art world's switch to summer hours--Monday to Friday instead of Tuesday to Saturday--acts as a blunt industry-wide signal: the people who buy and sell art at a high level have checked out until September. Some are cha ... More >>
Tomorrow is Abraham Lincoln's 200th birthday, and to celebrate President Obama will attend a party in Springfield, Illinois. It's sold out, but free tickets are said to be available for "performances in Lincoln's honor," including local students reciting Lincoln's speeches, at the newly-reopened For ... More >>