RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Lower East Side

A collection of news and information related to Lower East Side published by this site and its partners.

Top Lower East Side Articles

Displaying items 23-33
  • Holy Food!: Kosher and Its Imitators in Connecticut

    Holy Food!: Kosher and Its Imitators in Connecticut
    What exactly is kosher? The short answer is a religious certification given to any cooked or processed food that an observant Jew is permitted to eat. A satisfying answer in detail is not easy, so a visual aid may help: picture three identical matzo...
  • The Best of "Kosher Style" in Connecticut

    The Best of "Kosher Style" in Connecticut
    Katz's Delicatessen, on Manhattan's East Houston Street, is the most nostalgic of New York's Jewish delis and a destination for food tourists and American Jews searching for their roots. Jared Goldstein of jaredthenyctourguide.com puts Katz's as the...
  • Anthony Bourdain: Eat out and tip big to save NYC restaurants after Sandy

    Anthony Bourdain: Eat out and tip big to save NYC restaurants after Sandy
    Chef, author and Emmy-winning television personality Anthony Bourdain is now a CNN contributor. He will travel around the globe to places such as Myanmar, Israel and the Congo as host of a new CNN show premiering this April. Follow him on Twitter...
  • Fun-Filled Market Pops-Up Under the High Line

    Fun-Filled Market Pops-Up Under the High Line
    What better way to spend this last beautiful long weekend in the city than to hit up the High Line, then mosey on down to the brand new pop-up market on Washington. Dozens of local companies have booths at the market, from clothes to jewelry to soaps!...
  • Jog your way around New York

    Jog your way around New York
    New Yorkers are always on the run. Bankers rush from Wall Street to Midtown; harried shoppers tear through the narrow streets of NoLita and SoHo. Travelers may find it hard to keep up with the pace — unless they bring their running shoes and join...
  • MOCA's 'Art in the Streets' gets the big picture wrong

    MOCA's 'Art in the Streets' gets the big picture wrong
    Is graffiti the most influential art movement since Pop burst on the scene in 1962? That's the head-turning claim made by "Art in the Streets," a controversial exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The show has been drawing the ire of social...
  • X Questions: Grouplove's Hannah Hooper

     
    With all due respect to Tom Hanks, 2010 was Hannah Hooper’s “Big” year. The L.A. painter-cum-musician saw her painting “Redondo Beach” grace the cover of The Morning Benders’ album “Big Echo” (and subsequ...
  • Echo Park boutique E.P.I.C. hosts a shop-in-shop for NYC's Convent

     
    Indie boutique the Echo Park Independent Co-op — more commonly known as E.P.I.C. — debuted on Sunset Boulevard last year with the mission of bringing quirky L.A. fashion brands to the fore. But now the museum-esque store it bringing a......
  • Singing waitress from 'American Idol' hopes to make it on her own

     
    Devyn Rush, the Bucks County native featured on this season’s “American Idol” as the “singing waitress” contestant, says that after being cut last week’s Hollywood round, she wants everyone to know what a great...
  • Monster Mash: Ansel Adams lawsuits resolved; Pasadena Playhouse announces new season

     
    Making nice: The Ansel Adams Trust and Rick Norsigian have settled their lawsuits over disputed "lost negatives." (Los Angeles Times) Ramping up: The Pasadena Playhouse, still recovering from financial woes, has announced that its new season will...
  • Culture Watch: 'If I Were a Rich Man: The Life of Jan Peerce'

     
    Mark Swed reviews the Jan Peerce DVD documentary "If I Were a Rich Man."...