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Bice—Where Business Comes to Socialize and Eat

Sunday, July 11th, 2010
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On a muggy June night, when the sky threatened to break open and drench the city at any moment, there I was, standing in the

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Authentic Italian in the West Village

Saturday, July 10th, 2010
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For 18 years Pó has been serving quality Italian food on Cornelia Street in the West Village. The restaurant is intimate, dim, and loaded with

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Ann Volkwein Saxton—Mixt Salads

Sunday, June 20th, 2010
by on Woman Around Town

Ann Volkwein Saxton is a study in contrasts – pretty, blonde and brainy, her cookbook roster boasts a wide swath of good eating. Italian cooking

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Woman Around Town: Marisa May—Heir Apparent

Sunday, May 9th, 2010
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Marisa, daughter of Tony May, famed restaurateur, chef, author, and bon vivant, grew up in a gracious Italian world of abbondanza. Her father and grandmother

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Commerce: Elegant Interchange of Fine Dining, History, Art

Sunday, April 25th, 2010
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Commerce Street, in the West Village, is one of those quaint little streets that has a corner that isn’t an intersection. Beautifully old, kept-up buildings

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Woman Around Town: Jennifer Clair–Home Cooking

Sunday, March 14th, 2010
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What if you were told that you could learn how to cook in the privacy of your own home and that you could even choose

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Woman Around Town: Margaux Laskey—Size Ate

Sunday, February 7th, 2010
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“Perfectly Imperfect Recovery,” is how Margaux Laskey, the creator and solo performer of the Off Broadway hit Size Ate describes her own recovery from her

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Leslie Tcheyan—A True Gem

Sunday, January 10th, 2010
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“I really do describe my career basically as survival,” says Leslie Tcheyan, affectionately called “che” by those who know her. “It’s really the obstacles that

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