The chef came from Gramercy Tavern.
The attack came hours after Netanyahu vowed to “not stop taking action in Syria against Iran’s attempts to establish a military presence there.”
Jewish prayer is prohibited by police at the holy site for fear of sparking Muslim riots.
Gold was the first restaurant critic to win a Pulitzer Prize.
Israel’s new surrogacy law allowed single women to hire surrogates but not single men or gay couples.
I’ve felt holier listening to Marvin Gaye’s “Wholy Holy” than I ever felt in Hebrew school.
What do you do when you accidentally hook up with, God forbid, a Trump or Gary Johnson supporter. Herewith, some commandments of Inter-sex-tion-ality.
Each individual audience member is personally witnessing something excruciatingly violent, a fact the play consistently forces them to remember.
We still love them.
“He was the first one in, worried about the welfare of his troops,” a statement read. “He died as he lived … as a hero.”
“This is an unfortunate and unequal law,” Microsoft said on its official local Facebook page.
“Nothing in that conversation suggests that he had any knowledge of it in advance,” Rudolph Giuliani, Trump’s personal lawyer, said.
Her songs pay homage to forbidden lesbian love.
Company presentations and memos show that Facebook viewed Trump’s campaign as an “innovator” of a fast-moving, test-oriented approach to marketing.
You can’t be a feminist if you aren’t humane, Ivanka.
How surprised can we be that a man whose worldview hinged on women having more babies turned out to have no respect for them?
Art can connect different people — and overcome prejudice — in ways that cold, calculating arguments cannot.
Roseanne takes a new, troubling tact in her response to the Jarrett backlash.
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