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SOB's (Sounds of Brazil) opened in 1982 and has proven a blessing to the city's lovers of salsa, samba, reggae, Latin alternative, hip-hop, and more. The attractive space offers... More »
Quirky yet comfy is the best way to describe Chez Oskar, the neighborhood hangout that both Pratt students and Fort Greene families call their own. The decor is art student... More »
Robert Johnson sold his soul for prodigious skill on the guitar. B.B. King was already pretty good, so he ended up with... a Midtown mega club? Just... More »
In the interest of full disclosure, I must admit that when Doug Green, remarkably fit owner of Liquiteria at Lucky's, noticed that I was taking notes for the purpose... More »
Say 'salad,' and most folks think of a pile of leafy greens, with a cherry tomato or two thrown on top. Though crisp, refreshing, and sometimes squirted with interesting dressings, its never been more than a bit player in the theater of repast. But some salads long to be morecharismatic leading men and women who hope to be recognized and admired, ambitious creations that yearn to...
Our long pork-belly winter has faded into the back-ground. Following the dictates of our foodie patriarchs, we've obediently sucked down hundredweights of lard, butter, and tallow, and generally treated our weary corpses as oleaginous dumping grounds. We've gobbled trans fats and saturated fats and other meat-borne substances so pernicious that the shrill-voiced harpies of nutrition can't...
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