The Purina One Cat Cafe at 168 Bowery started on Thursday, April 24 with sixteen cats from the Long Island's North Shore Animal League, all available for adoption. Just as the cats planned, New Yorkers have been eager to welcome them into their homes. The pop-up cat cafe attracted all sorts of cat e ... More >>
First, they took the Internet; then they set their sights on Manhattan. Welcome your new feline overlords to New York City, humans. The cats have infiltrated the Lower East Side, and planted their flag at 168 Bowery. They are luring New Yorkers inside with the promise of free cappuccinos, snacks, ... More >>
Because we're still on a sugar rush from Oscar Murillo's exhibit that opened earlier this week, we're not about to lose momentum. Tonight, poet Aaron Belz and Mike Topp read at Hullabaloo Books in Crown Heights; tomorrow, the Tribeca Film Festival hosts a free street fair in the West Village; and do ... More >>
Literally. This adorable shot is from the Tompkins Square Halloween Parade on Saturday. And already, the Broadway kids are buzzing with suggested captions.
The e-book version of Julia Child's seminal Mastering the Art of French Cooking was released for the iPad this week. [NY Times] The cost of hunger in the U.S. was $167.5 billion last year, due in large part to the recession and slow recovery. [BusinessWeek] Cheese geeks still love talking about af ... More >>
Fancy Feast Elegant Medley - last seen 'round these parts pushing "Florentine-style" cat food on Our Man Sietsema - has enlisted Carla Hall to do its bidding.
Mmmm! Yellowfin Tuna Florentine! We've seen how the food industry takes terms like "Tuscan," stomps all over them, and then presents them back to us as their own newfangled flavor.