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Agins/The New York Times Starter, an occasional column, takes a look at newly opened restaurants. You might think that the new ZZ's Clam Bar , with its refined seafood presentations and its reservations-only haute menu, is the anti-Umberto's Clam
May 29, 2013 First came the tattoo, etched across the knuckles of Sam Penix's right fist in 2009. It said I [coffee cup] N Y, the bold red cup leaping out from the black letters. Ozier Muhammad/The New York Times In the Everyman Espresso shop on West
Monica Almeida/The New York Times The Otay-Mesa border crossing in San Diego, which about 3,000 commercial trucks use each day via two small local roads. Monica Almeida/The New York Times "We need to make the border the center, not the end, said
April 19, 2013 For the 1972 musical Pippin Bob Fosse created one of the most famous images in Broadway history: brightly lighted hands splayed and floating in the darkness, a visually arresting fit with the seductive first chords of Stephen Schwartz'
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Conrad/The New York Times As if to accentuate their difference from the down-market chianti-bottle-and-checkered-tablecloth trattorias, this tier of restaurant is dolled up and serious. The decor ranges from dark and clubby with starched white napery
Excluding the volatile categories of autos, gas and building materials, core sales dropped 0.2 percent in March...Department stores, electronics retailers and sporting goods outlets all reported lower sales. The retail sales report is the government'
Evan Sung for The New York Times Green garlic broth, consisting of garlic, leeks and scallions simmered briefly in homemade chicken stock...Evan Sung for The New York Times Shrimp salad with horseradish remoulade. Evan Sung for The New York Times
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When designers talk about clothes with raw emotion, desire and happiness, as they have since the fall shows began a month ago, you wonder what they mean. Certainly the relaxed shapes at Stella McCartney on Monday or at Celine , Prada and Marc Jacobs