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NEW YORK -- To his family, Ed Koch was "Uncle Eddie." To New Yorkers, he was "hizzoner," the omnipresent three-term mayor who was remembered Monday as the man who lifted a grim city to glory but who always had time for his nieces, nephews, and a...
TheOscar-winner Christopher Walken will talk about his life and career in "A Conversation with Christopher Walken" on Sunday, Feb. 17, at noon at Stratford's Scottish Rite Theatre, (formerly the Stratford Movie Theater), 2422 Main St.. This is the...
The Hartford CourantI lived in Manhattan when Ed Koch was running it in the 1980s. I met the mayor, who died Friday, a dozen times but not at fundraisers, book parties or political conventions. I was putting myself through graduate school and working two part-time jobs. I...
TV WatchersWith 19 chefs left, things are heating up in "Hell's Kitchen" and Parkland grad Jessica Lewis is one of the chefs under fire on tonight's episode at 8 p.m. today on Fox. Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay teaches the chefs a......
I write this week’s column from a nearly frozen Big Apple. But of course it’s only cold for someone from the Imperial Valley used to the balmy winters of a desert climate. It is all of around 32 degrees in New York. For my wife and I, that...
How fitting that Richard Blanco chose the sun. A 44-year-old poet raised in Miami, the first Cuban-American and the first openly gay person ever to deliver a presidential inauguration poem, he used the earth star to frame his composition, "One Today,"...
Every now and then, Suzanne Vega fires up the Internet to see what "Tom's Diner" has been up to lately. The singer-songwriter first put the "da-deh-da-deh" a cappella track on her hit 1987 album "Solitude Standing," and it traveled far beyond her...
NEW YORK (AP) — Ed Koch's favorite moment as mayor of New York City, fittingly, involved yelling. Suddenly inspired to do something brash about the rare transit strike that crippled the city in 1980, he strode down to the Brooklyn Bridge to...
TV WatchersA Parkland grad is one of the contestants on season 11 of Fox's "Hell's Kitchen," the reality cooking competition in which chefs compete under the eye of sharp-tonged celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. A 2004 Parkland graduate and Hall of Fame......
SAN FRANCISCO — Amy Herzog, a breath of fresh air on the playwriting scene, shapes her plays out of the missing pieces of conversations, the resonant silences that suggest that emotion is both too heavy and too slippery for words. In "4000 Miles,"...
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Anita Lo: The chef and owner of Michel-star rated Annisa in Greenwich Village is also the author of “Cooking Without Borders.” She has been featured on CNN, “Top Chef: Masters” and “Iron Chef America.” Anita Lo's...
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After World War II, social workers typically urged Holocaust survivors to forget their horrific wartime experiences and get on with their lives. That struck Florabel Kinsler as a foolish and impossible order. During a decades-long career, the Los...
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