A couple of caveats to this list: first, it actually includes more than 10 songs. Since one is sung primarily in English and another isn't technically a "foreign" language, they're considered halfsies, making up one whole.
Also, no songs sung in Spanish are on this list. I'm not saying Spanish isn ... More >>
How best to tag the restless, reactive folk-pop of Lady Lamb the Beekeeper? So many ways, dude: rambunctious, precocious, invigorating, probing, sweet, exasperating, quirky, self-indulgent, lunging, crackers, too sane, even. The outfit led by Brooklyn's Aly Spaltro, 23 -- named after something she s ... More >>
EV GrieveAlthough EV Grieve is first and foremost a neighborhood blog dedicated to covering "things that you may or may not be interested in about the East Village and other parts of New York City," we turn to it on a daily basis for restaurant and bar news.
In addition to chronicling the c ... More >>
The four New York Times journalists missing in Libya since Tuesday were confirmed captured by Col. Muammar Gaddafi's troops, but will be released today, according to the dictator's son, Seif Islam el-Qaddafi, in an ABC News interview with Christiane Amanpour. According to the Times, "the four ... More >>
It's a sad, scary day in journalism, as it too often is, with the New York Times announcing that four of their own are missing in Libya, where government forces continue to clash with demonstrators. This after last week, when four BBC journalists were detained by Colonel Muammar el Qaddafi's ... More >>
The New York Times City Room blog has a feature this Sunday on the woman who makes the subway announcements, revealing that she lives in Maine, where not even the Q train goes. Carolyn Hopkins, the public address announcer for 15 years, "works from a windowless room in her house" up north and ... More >>
Dude. Bro. BRAH: Did you know that in a recent Styles section piece, there's an article about converting Bachelor Pads to Adult Homes? Protect the Beirut Table at all costs. But it's time we snag some wifeys, yo. What's this gonna run us?
Marina Oliphant for The AgeFattoushRoland Semaan and Youssef Said met in Beirut when they were both about six years old. Their mothers came from the same village: "We are like brothers," Semaan says. Eventually, their paths diverged--Semaan came to New York and worked for B.R. Guest restauran ... More >>