Posts Tagged ‘chicago’

Anna Karenina Comes to New York City

Written by Regan Hofmann on . Posted in Dining Our Town, Dining West Side Spirit, Eat & Drink, West Side Spirit

FireBird navigates the frozen tundra of the Theater District “There is no such thing as Russian food,” says FireBird executive chef Paul Joseph. And while there are entire neighborhoods in Brooklyn that would take jingoistic offense at such a suggestion, over the course of a meal at FireBird (365 W. 46th St.;, this starts [&hellip
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The Protagonist: “The Versed” Poetry Podcast is Born

Written by Alissa Fleck on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive, Uncategorized

Rachel Fields          “This podcast is literally our last hope,” jokes Rachel Fields, co-producer of “The Versed” poetry podcast, and healthcare magazine editor. “Seriously though, I have always loved poetry, but I think a lot of people find it scary and stodgy and inaccessible.” “The Versed,” recently featured on The Rumpus’s official Tumblr, [&hellip
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No Time? No Problem!

Written by Mark Peikert on . Posted in Real Estate, Uncategorized

Pret-a-Habiter does all the décor legwork for the design-impaired By Mark Peikert As IKEA and CB2 stores proliferate, design has turned into something both affordable and achievable. Gone are the days of hiring an expensive interior decorator and crossing your fingers; now, you can outfit your entire home in style without breaking the bank. Of [&hellip
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