John Blair and Beto Sutter recently left xl--the gay dance club on West 42nd Street--but I hear the Saturday night event that they used to promote there is still super crowded without them.
But that could change.
I hear Blair--along with Alegria promoter Ric Sena--will start Saurday night gay bash ... More >>
Welcome to The Best Thing I Ate Yesterday, where we endeavor to remember the very best thing we stuffed down our gullets over the past 24 hours. Why? Because the only thing better than enjoying a meal is wallowing in the memory of one savored in the recent past.
Today's fond reminiscences ...
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Bronx News Network has a slide show of the early morning fire that hit 204th Street, a major shopping stretch in the Norwood section. Authorities believe the blaze started in a newly-renovated Foodtown around 4 in the morning and built to a four-alarm conflagration.
Only two minor injuries ... More >>
Sally Ryan/Chicago DeciderA Razor, A Shiny Knife's Michael Cirino (R), hard at work.Michael Cirino is "pretty big into the local food thing." His uncle, after all, owns a farm in upstate New York where Cirino once took a group of people to create an eight-course wild boar meal from scratch. B ... More >>
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Argentinean Wine and Food Festival
Libertador, Azul, and Industria Argentina will play host to an Argentinean Wine and Food Festi ... More >>
Six New York City supermarkets have agreed to pay some $300,000 to baggers who worked in their stores for tips only and no base pay, the state Department of Labor announced yesterday.
The supermarkets, located in low-income neighborhoods throughout Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx, include a Key F ... More >>