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Kelly Osbourne — the former MTV reality TV star-turned-E! fashion correspondent — claimed she was just as nervous to meet her fans as they were to meet her during an appearance at Macy's on State Street Thursday. Why the nerves? "I know what...
Baltimore's annual Summer Restaurant Week begins its sixth run on Friday and goes through Aug.14. During the 10-day event, participating restaurants will once again offer three-course, fixed-price dinner menus. This year, the dinner menus are fixed at...
PIX11.comBROOKLYN, NY (PIX11) - An estimated ten to fifteen thousand people came out for a rally in City Hall Park Friday morning to protest New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposed $55 million dollar budget cuts, that would shut down 20 area firehouses. ...
Can we stop calling it "Little Italy"? The thought occurred the moment I crossed into the Republic of Eataly, a massive, chaotic place where jostling is law, a food emporium for which "emporium" sounds puny and "Italopolisplex" is closer to the truth....
Dining@LargeA sweetly illustrated new book arrived on the Antipasto Desk, America's Little Italys: Recipes & Traditions from Coast to Coast. Its author, Sheryl Bellman, devotes about half of the book's geography to the Little Italy neighborhoods in Manhattan and the....
First impression: This is the neighborhood restaurant many of us have been searching to find. It's cozy, staff is friendly and the well prepared food combines value with top quality. You can find everything from Eggplant Parmigana ($14.50) to Lobster...
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Meatballs, Mussels, Shrimp, Tomatoes
Huntington Beach now has its very own Cucina Alessa. Chef/owner Alessandro Pirozzi opened the first of these home-style Italian restaurants in Newport Beach two years ago to very good reviews. The incredibly energetic Pirozzi now works 18-hour days,...
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Newport Beach, Zucchini, Shrimp, Butter
FOX 5 San Diego StaffThe Little Italy ``Festa,'' touted as the largest single-day Italian American festival outside of New York City, will highlight the history, arts and cuisine of Italy when it gets under way Sunday. The free event, now in its 15th year, is expected to...
Times Staff WriterThe cab squirts past a blur of interesting-looking shops, overshoots the address, makes a neat U-turn and deposits us in front of a window with the word Ladro ("thief" in Italian) scribbled in red. We're in Fitzroy, one of Melbourne's inner-city...
Times Staff WriterTwo years ago, Martin Scorsese saw his shot at the best director Oscar for the ambitious Howard Hughes biopic "The Aviator" slip through his fingers when Clint Eastwood snatched the trophy for "Million Dollar Baby." Sunday evening the two iconoclastic...
What do chefs Mario Batali and Mary Sue Milliken pack when they go on a cooking vacation? Hint: It's not all clothes.Times Restaurant CriticI should have been suspicious when my husband, Fred, offered, oh so sweetly, to carry my suitcase out to the car. We were heading to the East Coast to spend 10 days cooking and eating and lazing at our friend Mary's Long Island house. Fred not only...
Tags: Travel, Salt, New York, Mario Batali , Anchovies
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBefore Tony Soprano or Don Corleone or Tony Montana there was Lucky Luciano -- the real-life patriarch of modern organized crime. Luciano was the Sicilian immigrant who rose to power in the Mafia in the U.S. in the 1920s and transformed it into a...
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