Last week we, the people, demanded that the president release the recipes for his White House home brews -- the beers he enjoys so much, he is carrying some along the campaign trail.
How did the White House respond? By making adorable beer puns and sharing the recipes, at last:
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Every day this month, in conjunction with our Feb. 1 cover story "Philip Glass, An East Village Voice," Sound of the City will post excepts of interviews with Glass and his collaborators, as well as reviews of several concerts celebrating his 75th birthday.
Today we're publishing the portion of our ... More >>
Remember how in elementary school you learned about that guy, Paul Revere, who rode from Boston to Lexington, Massachusetts, on horseback during the American Revolution as part of an organized alarm system to warn folks that the British were coming? He didn't, despite popular belief, actually shout ... More >>
On this Friday, April 29, 2011, the Empire State Building will be lit up blue, white and red in honor of "the British Consulate General in New York, in celebration of the royal wedding of His Highness Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton," according to the official lighting schedule. G ... More >>
Today, Barack Obama becomes the 12th U.S. President since 1950 to meet with Rev. Billy Graham. Let us all give thanks for religion's relentless (and secretive!) stranglehold on American politics. And we pray...
AleBovini/FlickrSweet, sweet Sunday.
Easter, whether you celebrate it or not, has one universally appealing factor - treats, and lots of them. As if that's not enough, the bunny brought New York the nicest weather of the year, which makes everything much sweeter.
So, we've found an ideal wa ... More >>
Four-star general Alexander Haig, 85, the Reagan administration Secretary of State who claimed to be "in control" of the White House after Reagan was shot in 1981, died today in Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland. According to the AP, Haig succumbed to complications from an infection.
At last, a threat to America's security has been swiftly dealt with. A man who was jogging nude near the White House last night was apprehended at the scene and taken into custody. The President was in residence, but there is no indication that he was affected. The jogger's bag was found to c ... More >>