Description: It is that time of year when squash are everywhere. It’s also New York so people who live here are constantly on the move. So can we take some squash and turn them into a quick snack for a hectic lifestyle. Queue up these roasted squash seeds. […]
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By Nick Christophers The geeks were out in force Day 1 of the blockbuster NYC Comic Con. There was a line to get in, tickets or not, a mile long across 11th Avenue. Passersby who were not aware of the event were shaking their heads “hey it’s not Halloween yet”. […]
“I started with more classic looking bonbons. I describe my line as kind of a combination of Belgian and French. Molded bonbons are more visually the Belgian style, versus the French style we call enrobed. But recipe-wise, ingredient-wise, it’s more in the French style.” – Joan Coukos Todd
Even though it has been a bit quiet on the “street” and on the screen with the mob that doesn’t mean the subject is dead. Just when you thought that was true a certain Long Island director resurrects it with a good dose of comedy. Award winning director / producer Sal Rinella is on the verge of completing his film affectionately titled “Good Friday”. He has been in the entertainment business for over twenty years.
Minnesota’s big craft beer golden age is currently underway, with dozens of independent brewers offering IPAs, Stouts, Pilsners and even ciders (with food trucks typically on site). The hip Northeast Arts District in Minneapolis has seen an explosion in the amount of breweries popping up in old warehouses and factories that dot the neighborhood landscape. Want to explore a bit of what the city has to offer? Be sure to try these four taprooms, all of which are within a mile radius.
By Nick Christophers There is no one who has not gone through life without making idiotic decisions. Sometimes we are given a second chance and sometimes we are not. For Lillo Brancato who was released after serving ten years for attempted burglary has been given that priceless second […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Pick any activity in Central Park and you will typically have a good time. Whether you are taking in a little sun while reading a book in the Sheep Meadow, bird watching in the Ramble, or simply sitting on a park bench drinking a coffee […]
“It was an amazing experience, interning for a small company that works with public access television allows you to really get hands on experience in television production. I was the one operating the cameras, setting up the lighting, helping with the editing and learning how a production is formed from concept to distribution. Being a part of each of those stages taught me the fundamentals that still help me to this day.” Joe Gawalis
By Elissa Gilbert Information wants to be free, the saying goes, and sharing online happens automatically many times. Sometimes that sharing is unintentional or undesirable. For businesses, customer information is usually tightly held—but on websites, that control is lost. Every website has third party “tags” embedded in pages […]
By Nick Christophers From her first baby steps Cecily Trenka was surrounded by talent whether it be her parents or fellow siblings. Both film and theatre have been a strong influence in her younger years which she followed with much fervor. Even though acting never fit her well, […]