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Manhattan (New York City)

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  • Pulitzer Prize-winning author Gilbert King researching second Lake book

    Pulitzer Prize-winning author Gilbert King researching second Lake book
    You might see him in the Leesburg library. Or maybe lunching at O'Keefe's Irish Pub & Restaurant in Tavares. He haunts the courthouse, too. Historian and Pulitzer Prize winner Gilbert King is an unassuming figure in jeans and black boots with his little...
  • REVIEW: 'Intimate Apparel' by Eclipse Theatre Co. ★★★

    REVIEW: 'Intimate Apparel' by Eclipse Theatre Co. &#9733&#9733&#9733
    Lynn Nottage's "Intimate Apparel" shares some of the same foundational supports familiar to fans of Henry James and Edith Wharton, from the Gilded Age Manhattan setting to its focus on a woman undone by her love for a man who isn't what he appears to be....
  • Test runtime tag

    Amazon is turning to its consumers to help decide which of the new television shows premiering Friday to add to its programming lineup, democratizing a process that was once reserved for a rarefied group of network executives. The online retailer will...
  • Jazz's Mario Pavone Draws On Boyhood Memories For His Sounds

    Jazz's Mario Pavone Draws On Boyhood Memories For His Sounds
    What the taste of a small rich cake called a madeleine was for triggering a famous flood of memories in French novelist Marcel Proust's classic "Remembrance of Things Past," the sound of the accordion is for the celebrated, Waterbury-born, avant-garde...
  • Horn etiquette: Think twice before 'laying on it'

    Horn etiquette: Think twice before 'laying on it'
    Q: Regarding the use of the automobile horn, there seems to be a trend in our area of people becoming totally disconnected while texting or checking emails when stopped for a red light. Several times recently, I have had to give a 'toot' to the person...
  • New York hotel prices in August: Is Montauk the new Manhattan?

    New York hotel prices in August: Is Montauk the new Manhattan?
    Manhattan is known for its pricey hotels, but in August a small Long Island town claimed the title as most expensive New York hotel destination. Travel booking site NewYorkHotels.org released a survey Tuesday that confirms what New York City locals...
  • Real estate notebook: Buffalo Wild Wings signs land lease in Boynton

    Real estate notebook: Buffalo Wild Wings signs land lease in Boynton
    Buffalo Wild Wings is coming to Boynton Beach, even though it wasn't wild about its real estate options at first. The Minneapolis-based sports bar chain looked at the former Pete Rose Ballpark Cafe next to the Courtyard Marriott on Congress Avenue...
  • Bank of America may appeal $1.27 billion award in 'Hustle' fraud case

    Bank of America may appeal $1.27 billion award in 'Hustle' fraud case
    A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Bank of America Corp to pay $1.27 billion of damages after a federal jury found the second-largest U.S. bank liable for fraud over defective mortgages sold by its Countrywide unit. The decision by U.S. District Judge...
  • Author Rachel Bertsche attempts to live like a celebrity

    Author Rachel Bertsche attempts to live like a celebrity
    The front door stood wide open and Rachel Bertsche could be seen from the street, zooming through the foyer of her Lincoln Park townhouse, a peach Lululemon blur in black tights. I stepped tentatively inside the doorway and reconsidered immediately:...
  • Old World charm

    Old World charm
    ★★★ One of the delights of living in a tourist destination is that the tourists go away. At least most of them. Every summer. I'm so used to the crowds at Tramonti overflowing on to the sidewalk of Atlantic Avenue, that...
  • Theater troupe takes on Jewish female stereotypes

    Theater troupe takes on Jewish female stereotypes
    Ronda Spinak squeezed more folding chairs into a Brentwood living room, which that afternoon had been transformed, with much shuffling of couches and tables, into a temporary theater. Moving around the space, she listened for echoes and background...