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Indie fashion and design is the bailiwick of Jargol. We particularly like it because the picks here are of stuff you don't see everywhere else.






The bottom line of Did He Like It is tracking whether Ben Brantley, the Times theater critic, liked a show or not. But there's a lot of additional helpful info
for each production.








Anyone with a digital camera and a functional Amex card can, and does, have a food blog. Great writing does not distinguish many of them and that holds true for Always Hungry NY. But we hear a real discernment and a genuinely passionate love of food between the lines.








NYC bikers are a hardy and an obstreperous lot, so we're bound to get letters challenging parts of this guide, which details How to Survive on a Bike in NYC. Still, it makes good sense to us.








Some of the photos in the online collection of images dubbed NY in Black & White will be familiar to you, but we bet you'll find some you've never seen before. Pictured: the top of the Singer Building, built in 1908,
lamentably demolished in 1968.












"The single most exciting thing you encounter in government is competence, because it's so rare." - Daniel Patrick Moynihan


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