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[See More Edible News: GO Burger's Olympic Menu | RedFarm Offers Takeout, Expands to UWS] New York-based Japanese hardware and toy shop NCSX is selling lightsaber chopsticks for $22.90 per pair. The best part? They actually light up. From the website: "The original Star Wars chopsticks didn't ligh ... More >>
Yesterday, we gabbed with Super Linda's Matt Abramcyk about the pressure for restaurants to provide both dinner and a show aspect to the meal. Today, we delve into the world of small-brand artisanal products, get the scoop on his cousins' sandwich shop, and find out why he has chosen Tribeca to put ... More >>
Jimmy Castor was a smart aleck; a wise guy; a clean shit-talker with so much joie de vivre you had to laugh even when his truth-telling smacked you upside the head. So when he died this past Martin Luther King Jr. Day at 71 near his home outside of Las Vegas, far away from the streets of Harlem he o ... More >>
The New York Post today, ever the connoisseurs of great covers, features one for the hall of fame, especially for those who care at all about New York sports, football specifically. Pitting the New England Patriots as the Evil Empire in a Star Wars-themed graphic, Bill Belichick gets the Vade ... More >>
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Yoda and Darth Vader light saber chopsticks May the noodle be with you. Designed by a Japan-based company Kotobukiya two years ago, these light saber chopsticks just became available in the U.S. last month. They're available in Yoda yellow, Darth Vader red, and Luke Skywalker blue, and cost a ... More >>
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