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Many chefs can recall how they first became hooked on the food industry, but few can point to a juxtaposition of culinary experiences like Bear's Natasha Pogrebinsky can. The chef grew up in Soviet Ukraine, where she remembers "going to all the different shops in the city and picking out bread in on ... More >>
Last week, we gave you a basic rundown on the biggest annual non-sporting television event in the world, the Eurovision Song Contest, which is about to start up again, this time in Baku, Azerbaijan. In our previous post, we put together a list of the ten best contest winners over its 56-year histor ... More >>
In the coming months, buyers can expect major changes in the prices of two luxury food products--coffee and goose fat. Coffee prices are at their lowest level in 18 months due to anticipation of an exceptional Brazilian harvest, according to the AP.
Is it really a surprise that the World Health Organization and the European Commission found that Europeans drink more than anyone else in the world? No, but the numbers, as reported by Reuters, are still pretty intriguing: the consumption of alcohol in the European Union is double the world average ... More >>
An edible ode to Pushkin opens in Greenwich Village
Shop till you drop? No, you wont drop. Its all right here.
The best of the 2010-2011 Off-Broadway theater season
The best of the Off-Broadway season
Veniamin GonikmanVeniamin Gonikman, sought by U.S. immigration officials for trafficking in Eastern European girls and making them work in U.S. strip joints, was finally busted yesterday by ICE. Not that ICE really did anything but arrest him when he got off a plane at JFK that everyone knew he w ... More >>
A report on the 'jiz biz' in Brooklyn's Kensington
Juergen Teller interprets the Ukraine
A global model competition that wobbles. Plus, the latest example of displaying shell-shocked beauties.
From shivah to Shoah, the 16th annual Jewish film fest doesn't shy away from the big questions
The disappeared: Are they dead? Are they alive? Ask Congress. Ask the president.
Condoleezza Rice's failed European mission to reignite faith in U.S. rule of law
America's Christian right is rewarded a hard-line pope for its crusades
Krivit, Tenaglia, and Theo on 2004's memorable moments
Many trains from Slavic countries meet in 'Central Station,' bearing choreographic gifts
Central Asia's Lost Worlds
Great Bals of Fire
How to Keep Ruffians Out of Your Computerfor Free
East Harlem Beats Sunset Park
An Artist Returns to Her Ancestral Synagogue
Cubans Continue to Treat Victims of a Nuclear Disaster
According to the FBI and Israeli Intelligence, Semion Mogilevich Rules Over an Arms-Trafficking, Money-Laundering, Drug-Running, and Art-Smuggling 'Red Mafia'