Last night, two dozen of the city’s best mobile eateries lined up along the pier at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum Complex on Pier 86 (West 46th Street and Twelfth Avenue) for the Voice’s seventh annual Choice Streets food-truck feast. The multicultural menu swung from East (Thai salads; Szechuan-Indian fusion) to center (Moroccan cous cous; lots of Greek), to West (pupusas, Philly cheesteaks, thick-crust pizza), and New Yorkers of all stripes served, snacked, and made merry where the skyline meets the Hudson.
“I’m a good novelist and I’ll get better. I’ve found my calling and if I have my way I’ll be turning out books for the next half-century, books that will blow people away. But right now all I want is to be read.”
“Jewish children in years to come may live much like my parents, with a subtle but consuming sense of dread. America could yet turn out to be not so different from the Old World my grandparents fled.”