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Although the 2008 International Food Festival’s popularity caused tedious lines, the food certainly would have made Emeril say “BAM!”. With dishes ranging from kimchi to rugelach, as well as endless ethnic rice platters, this year’s International Food Festival lived up to its eclectic standards. “The festival is the main event for the language classes to [...]
The name of a business can say much about what kind of establishment it is. It can be cute like frozen yogurt hot spot Pinkberry or fancy like the gourmet Triangolo or misspelled. My first thought upon approaching ‘Wichcraft was that proofreading should be mandatory for everyone. Once I walked inside, it became apparent that [...]
Tribeca, the heart of Manhattan’s artistic community, contains a theatrical gem that many Stuyvesant students take for granted: the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC). To most students, it’s just another landmark on the way to school. “I don’t really think about it that often,” sophomore Rayna Foster said. “It’s really just that college right [...]
With speakers ranging from Holocaust survivors to participants in now-legendary civil rights triumphs, Diversity Week 2008 was a conglomeration of events centered on the theme of diversity. Organized by senior Michael Blech, Diversity Week consisted of six guest speaker presentations, a student run talent show, and an art, poetry and essay contest. Diversity Week ran [...]
Dean’s Restaurant and Pizzeria seems like a typical Italian restaurant at first—it offers brick-oven pizza and Americanized dishes like chicken parmigiana and penne a la vodka. It is set apart, however, by its focus on family. Everything about the place, from its motto, “Pasta and Pizza Bring the Family Together,” to the communal tables, creates [...]
Karaoke is an American-modified word derived from the Japanese words “kara,” meaning empty, and “okesutora,” meaning orchestra. Originally a fad for Japan’s wealthy upper class, karaoke has since become associated with intoxicated girls belting out Celine Dion and Whitney Houston songs at smoke-filled bars. Today, though, many Asian establishments have made karaoke accessible. Karaoke fans [...]
Angela and the Baby Jesus (Adult Edition) By Frank McCourt Illustrated by Loren Long 40 pp. Simon & Schuster. $14.95. Frank McCourt, in his late seventies and with a gradually thinning crop of snow-white hair, looks the ideal grandfather. Perhaps the most grandfatherly thing about him is his uncanny knack for storytelling. He read from [...]
Clad in red skin-tight pants, layers of chunky jewelry and a glinting nose ring, sophomore Audri Augenbraum looks every bit the rocker chick that she is. However, there is far more to Augenbraum than meets the eye. Besides having a broad taste in music, she has been playing rhythm guitar and singing backup in the [...]