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More articles about: December 2014

 
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Before many of our great heritage sites perish under the vacuous war of politics, they quietly hold their ground. Paragons of the past, awaiting their fate while the rest of the metropolis hurtles by.
This was originally published in our December 2014-January 2015 issue.Metropolitan TheaterToday the Metropolitan Theater is dark, eerie, and its pillars reek of piss from passers-by, who are ironically also the only people who come close enough to appreciate it. A peek through ...
 
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From gleaming holiday beast to savagely picked-over bone, in four relatively easy steps
When the writer Dorothy Parker defined eternity as “two people and a ham,” she wasn’t kidding. Once the plate-sized portions are carved out, you’re still left with a mountain of meat (and bone) too good to go to waste. And yet many ...
 
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The premium on dining on locally sourced, organic ingredients is slowly fading, replaced by its equally overpriced sibling, imported ingredients.
News flash: local is out; imported is, once again, in. Like all fads, the premium on dining on locally sourced, organic ingredients is slowly fading, replaced by its evil, and equally overpriced sibling, imported ingredients. The more of them flown in, the better. ...
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