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City Councilman Brad Lander is a smug dirty-trickster (Opinion) 11/21 1:21P Seth Barron
The Manhattan Institute, where I work, held a public event this week at a downtown venue. ­Titled “Rent Regulation in NYC,” the panel was exactly the sort of wonky...

Spoons and tunes: 10 things to do in Brooklyn this weekend

Brooklyn Daily Eagle 11/21 9:30A Scott Enman
This weekend s events are all about feeling young again. Whether you want to dance like a teenager at an all-night warehouse party, listen to bluegrass like a young adult or eat cereal and watch...

Take an autumn stroll through Victorian Flatbush

Brooklyn Daily Eagle 11/20 8:30A Lore Croghan
Eye on Real Estate : What’s a walk that’s worth taking when fall weather turns wintry? One that involves Flatbush’s Victorian houses . This is the neighborhood where you ll find America’s largest...

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2019 Jingle Bell Jamboree

Park Slope Civic Council 11/18 12:55P Stephen Copek
JINGLE BELL JAMBOREE RETURNS TO ‘OLD FIRST’ IN PARK SLOPE  Saturday, Dec 14th 2019 at 7pm After a 4 year hiatus, the annual Park Slope family concert and sing-a-long is returning to Old First Church...

Brittani Jackson, Averill Wickland (Weddings/Celebrations) 11/9 5:15P
The couple went on their first date in New York in 2015, a walk through Prospect Park followed by dinner at Hamilton’s in Brooklyn.

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Hot and Numbing Sichuan-Style Turkey Salad

Serious Eats (Recipes) 11/21 12:57A Sasha Marx
Toss leftover Thanksgiving turkey with a Sichuan-inspired "strange flavor" dressing for a turkey bang bang salad that will jolt you out of any lingering food coma. Get Recipe!

Kanuchi (Cherokee Pureed Nut Soup)

Serious Eats (Recipes) 11/19 9:58P Jenny Dorsey
A rich and creamy nut soup of Cherokee origin, kanuchi has few ingredients but a world of deep nutty flavor. Get Recipe!

Old-Fashioned Jelly Roll

Serious Eats (Recipes) 11/19 7:43P Stella Parks
Compared to traditional jelly roll recipes, this beautiful roulade relies on a streamlined recipe and technique to keep things simple: no flipping the cake onto a towel or pre-rolling it to cool. Just...

Turkey Chintan Ramen

Serious Eats (Recipes) 11/18 10:29P Sho Spaeth
Turn your Thanksgiving leftovers into a light, yet satisfying, bowl of turkey ramen. Get Recipe!

Eater Awards 2019: Here Are NYC’s Finalists

Eater NY 11/18 5:20A Eater Staff
Eater We narrow down the playing field for best restaurant, design, and bakery of the year Today, the process of choosing this year’s Eater Award winners in New York City’s restaurant world continues...

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How to Holiday and Save The Planet

New York Fashion Hunter 11/22 1:00A Stephanie
Wearing: Stine Goya dress Gianvanito Rossi shoes As a New Yorker, one of the best things about the holidays is the all parties. I look forward to getting invitations, however...

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The Zen of Weight Lifting (Health) 11/21 10:00P Brad Stulberg
Chop wood, carry water and other lessons that apply far beyond the gym.

Practicing Gratitude, for a Change (Health) 11/21 10:00P Samantha Shanley
I imagined my children celebrating with their father’s family: football on the television, apple pie on the table. That consistency offered me bittersweet consolation.

Thank God for Judy Blume (Health) 11/21 5:00A Jen Gunter
Many people assume that I had a very body-positive upbringing. But like so many women, it was quite the opposite.

Early Menopause Increases Heart Risks (Health) 11/21 4:49A Nicholas Bakalar
Menopause before age 40 increased the risk for coronary artery disease, heart failure, blood clots and heart valve problems.

Good Leaders Make Good Doctors (Health) 11/21 4:04A Dhruv Khullar, M.D.
Most people think of doctors as scientists, caregivers or educators. But we must also understand doctors as leaders.

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