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Monday, April 12, 2021

Two Epics: A Tom Hanks Western and a Citizen...

News of the World “News of the World” is an American western co-written and directed by Paul Greengrass. It follows a laconic Civil War veteran (Tom Hanks) who decides to return a young...

Where to Dine-In or Take-Out NYE Meals

Most people agree: 2020 has got to go. And you can celebrate those sentiments by getting your final meal of the year to go...

New Films from England and Romania

Ammonite It might seem like slim pickings to make a movie drama out of the limited, but productive, life of a woman obsessed since youth...

Artist Profile: Kathy Turner

Sailors on shore leave in NYC are “grabbing a moment.” It was a moment grabbed by many sailors and soldiers in World War II,...

The Best Gifts for Wine Lovers!  Schneider’s 2020 Gift Guide

The Schneider’s team has compiled the ultimate holiday beverage guide!  We’ve combed through our inventory and curated the best wine, spirits, and beers to...

The Poetic Hill: Changing Hearts, Right or Wrong

In something of a departure this month, we’re reaching back in time to highlight a poet featured in Kim Roberts’s new anthology, “By Broad...

They Paved Paradise…

In the 1920 photo, Hans Wunderlich stands on the stoop of his C Street townhouse with his dog Archie at his side. Wunderlich was...

Climate Change as Art

Fans of the Junk Art Club at Eliot-Hine MS will be pleased to know that the pandemic has not prevented them from staging another...

Kevin Tien Mixes His Roots on Moon Rabbit Menu

We really enjoyed Moon Rabbit. That’s the name of Executive Chef Kevin Tien’s new “modern Vietnamese restaurant” in the District Wharf’s InterContinental Hotel. On...

When Dracula Tangled With the Virus: A Stocking-Stuffer Emerged

My family in Jolly Olde is delighted that I won’t be home for Christmas! It will save them the pain and trauma of abandoning...
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