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On Monday, Coney Island will once again host the Nathan's Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest, as Nathan's celebrates its 100th anniversary. In... Read More

Although you can no longer rent croquet mallets for 20 cents an hour like you could in 1874, there’s still a lot to do in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park—which... Read More

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Mermaids—half human, half fish—have surfaced throughout the globe in different folkloric traditions: ancient Greece's sirens, Scheherazade's tale of ... Read More

New York, Boston, and Philadelphia all had their fair share of distilleries as far back as the Colonial era. The rise of prohibition, however, meant the... Read More

Around the turn of the decade, a new dessert boom began—cooler and arguably tastier than the cupcake craze of the early 2000s: the great New York Ice... Read More

The 10th annual StarChefs International Chefs Congress kicked off on Sunday at the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, with hands-on... Read More

All across Brooklyn, new restaurants and bars are upping the ante with creative comfort food, small batch brews, and envy-inducing design. Williamsburg... Read More

If you haven’t yet visited the Mast Brothers chocolate factory, now is the time to go. Earlier this year, Brooklyn’s favorite bean-to-bar... Read More

Photoville, New York City’s largest photographic event, is back, having recently set up shop in a village of shipping containers on the Brooklyn... Read More

Taste Talks is back, and with it an exploration of the future of food, a massive barbecue collaboration between chefs and celebrities, an oyster and... Read More

You don’t need to be a New Yorker to know that Williamsburg is Brooklyn’s hottest hood—so it’s hardly a surprise that the area lays claim to the borough... Read More

Dale Talde is pretty busy these days, what with the upcoming release of his new cookbook, Asian-American, and the planned fall opening of a... Read More

A recent tourist snapshot at the Brooklyn Bridge has raised concerns over the city's security measures. This wasn't just any photo op: selfie stick in... Read More

Anyone who's ever taken a child to a fine art museum knows the nightmare that is a "Please Don't Touch" sign. It's a sentiment not without reason... Read More

Michael Psilakis has long garnered fans for the expertly executed Mediterranean dishes he serves at MP Taverna in Astoria, Queens, and Kefi in Manhattan... Read More

The Wildsam Field Guide series caught our attention back when it first launched in 2012, with a book about Nashville. Filled with hand-drawn maps,... Read More

Maribel Lieberman, owner of the MarieBelle chocolate shops, travels the world scouting the best quality beans for her masterful confections. As she... Read More

It’s the middle of February. In the dead of winter. In New York City. Finding an activity for my kids that we haven’t done, to paraphrase my son, “One... Read More

We’re calling it: paint is out, dynamically papered walls are in. The folks at Flavor Paper—the Brooklyn-based print lab turning out some of the world’s... Read More

Style, in a way, functions as a kind of sociocultural GPS, a psychic location finder. You can tell you’re in Paris, of course, because that’s the spire... Read More

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