What is it about Anthony Bourdain that makes all of the foodie girls go GaGa? Is it his filthy mouth or his silverish hair? The way his ideas sound so inspiring at the close of each episode? Is it his amazing taste in music or just the fact that he's a complete badass? Whatever it may be, all type ... More >>
‚ÄčOver the past 20 years, Geoffrey Zakarian has built up one impressive resume. He's been the Chef de Cuisine at New York's legendary Le Cirque, Executive Chef at "44" at The Royalton Hotel and "21". He's opened Blue Door at The Delano Hotel in Miami Beach and opened both Town and Country, bac ... More >>
Photo by Flickr user mariannaFHomemade labneh just can't top Al-Salam's.Obama is speaking in Cairo, even quoting verses from the Qur'an, glad-handing Arab leaders, and no doubt settling down for intimate talks with King Abdullah II over a pot of Turkish coffee and some sticky pastries loaded with pi ... More >>
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The Sentinel Endorses ... As the idiotic destruction continues in Beirut, with innocent people being blown up and an entire nation being bombed into oblivion, our local newspapers are basically egging it on. The dunderheads can't seem to learn. They got it wrong on Iraq and they're getting it even ... More >>
So I got an e-mail from a friend a few days ago. The friend links the Pulp on his site and seems one of his visitors had a big problem with a recent post about the situation in Lebanon. The friend, who is Jewish, sent along the e-mail he received, which read: "Sir, I am deeply disappointed that yo ... More >>
Okay, so I told you I was going to be on Steve Kane Show this morning and you still managed to miss it. I forgive you. Instead of giving a play-by-play, the transcript is as follows. Do with it what you will. I have nothing to hide. On the show, there was Steve Kane, and Frank Turek, and myself. The ... More >>
From Boca Raton to Baghdad, this squirrel may be the key to winning the War on Terror.
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A love story told in iambic pentameter? Yes, and yes again.
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Tony Scott, with Redford and Pitt, plays a mad but vigorous Spy Game.
Thatís history, baby
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