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September 2018

The Most Iconic Movies and Famous Movie Scenes in NYC

2018-10-04T16:28:07+00:00

Of the numerous iconic New York movies, here is a list of our personal favorite scenes. Follow along to see which scenes you can recognize, and which films need to be put on the list for immediate review. Here are 9 Most Famous Movie Scenes in NYC: 1. Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) If Breakfast at [...]

The Most Iconic Movies and Famous Movie Scenes in NYC2018-10-04T16:28:07+00:00

How to Make the Best Eggs Benedict – According to Top Michelin Chefs

2018-10-04T16:10:09+00:00

Michelin stars are the ultimate prize for aspiring and long-time chefs, alike. They mark a true test of culinary skill, a reputable kitchen to cook in and amongst many expertise on the coveted list of capabilities: the secret to world-class eggs benedict. Creating the perfect poached egg can be strenuous but upon completion, it is [...]

How to Make the Best Eggs Benedict – According to Top Michelin Chefs2018-10-04T16:10:09+00:00

Food Spotting: George’s

2018-09-18T14:35:14+00:00

BY EDIBLE QUEENS Gjovalin Nikçi was a high-schooler when he first saw Groucho Marx, in the Marx Brothers film The Cocoanuts. “He was a brilliant, brilliant performer,” Nikçi said. “They didn’t even have to say anything—just their body language.” It ignited a mania that has followed Nikçi throughout his career: Marx’s likeness appeared in the logo [...]

Food Spotting: George’s2018-09-18T14:35:14+00:00

A Brief New York Pizza History

2018-10-04T16:06:12+00:00

Pizza has been having a moment, especially since social media has made possible its constant forefront on the minds of so many millennials on any given day of the week. What makes the simple slice of heaven so pervasive in today’s culture? Actually, popularity is nothing new when it comes to pizza. The pepperoni paparazzi [...]

A Brief New York Pizza History2018-10-04T16:06:12+00:00

August 2018

The Longest Running Broadway Musical – Chicago!

2018-08-20T18:06:28+00:00

Longest running Broadway musical, Chicago is making a comeback! You can expect the 2019 revival to deliver the same timeless story plus the singing and dancing and acting that are, well … all that Jazz. As the longest-running American Broadway musical, Chicago returns with a performance some critics are saying is even better than the [...]

The Longest Running Broadway Musical – Chicago!2018-08-20T18:06:28+00:00

How-To Make Rosette Soffiate: A Rosetta Bread Rolls Recipe

2018-08-08T16:11:29+00:00

Rosette soffiate rolls are puffed bread that challenge even skilled bakers. However, if you desire the fun Italian panino, you can use this as an opportunity to explore the many ways you can use this type of bread roll. Not only is the rosetta roll ideal for fillings but due to it’s hollow center, the [...]

How-To Make Rosette Soffiate: A Rosetta Bread Rolls Recipe2018-08-08T16:11:29+00:00

Step Foot Into Old Hollywood at George’s at Kaufman

2018-08-08T14:51:13+00:00

Astoria is home to some serious movie magic. Productions like Sesame Street, Orange is the New Black, Nurse Jackie, and Blue Bloods, have all been created right here at Kaufman Astoria Studios. Maybe you’ve heard of the studio itself, but if you haven’t visited George’s restaurant next door at 35-11 35th Ave you’re missing out! George’s at Kaufman Astoria Studios [...]

Step Foot Into Old Hollywood at George’s at Kaufman2018-08-08T14:51:13+00:00

July 2018

Top 5 Trending Modern Jazz Musicians

2018-07-24T11:20:54+00:00

Jazz musicians include legendary names like that of Miles David, John Coltrane and Nat King Cole. These are some of the most famous jazz musicians but today a new face of jazz is emerging. With a refreshing new way to break out of classic American jazz, artists are creating something unlike anything before. Here are [...]

Top 5 Trending Modern Jazz Musicians2018-07-24T11:20:54+00:00

A Kiss for Cinderella: The Play & The Movie

2018-07-18T15:52:12+00:00

A Kiss for Cinderella is more than just a child’s fantasy. The name is actually referring to a silent film produced in 1925. Directed by Herbert Brenon, the film stars Betty Bronson, Esther Ralston, and Tom Moore. The story is based on a 1916 play in which Cinderella, a servant girl who believes in fairies [...]

A Kiss for Cinderella: The Play & The Movie2018-07-18T15:52:12+00:00

June 2018

George S. Kaufman – American Playwright and Journalist

2018-06-25T13:24:22+00:00

By Britannica George S. Kaufman, (born Nov. 16, 1889, Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S.—died June 2, 1961, New York, N.Y.), American playwright and journalist, who became the stage director of most of his plays and musical comedies after the mid-1920s. He was the most successful craftsman of the American theatre in the era between World Wars I [...]

George S. Kaufman – American Playwright and Journalist2018-06-25T13:24:22+00:00
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