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The New York Post

feature stories by Sara Pepitone

Food

Feeling Corny?

It's summertime and the grillin' is easy!: Here's what's cooking at one NYC neighborhood park

Flip Out

Summer Snackin'

Flicks Snacks

Crunch time!

Let's Get Blitzed

Wild Wings

Freezer pleasers

Gourmet Hangover [Prevention] Food

Sugar & vice: New booze-filled cupcakes have patrons buzzing — and reaching for their IDs

Urban chow boy

We Shell Overcome

Trucksdown!

Fire in Your Belly

Cake quake!

Hitting the Spot

Get thee to the Greek

Restaurant week meal steals!

Prime Price: Affordable steakhouses offer meaty alternatives to expensive loins

The Battery is Up!

All shook up!

Food Court: MSG thrills with all-star eats

Drink

Australian drink flat white is the buzz of NY java joints

Best of the zest: 5 fresh twists on lemonade

Raising the bar: The country’s top mixologists reveal their favorite cocktails

Touch of glass makes beer better

That’s the spirit: Napa Valley’s famed French Laundry starts offering booze

They have great chemistry!

Got proof?

Cocktail Cure-alls

Bloody brilliant

Boozy Drinks on a Stick

No more mojitos!

Hold Your Booze!

Sake and the City

Just back: Tales of the Cocktail

Travel

Nashville's cookin'

Louisville's big on bourbon

Exploring Cincinnati, mayoral-style: Mark Mallory shows off the city’s revival by taking us to his fave spots

Best of the best in Pittsburgh

Baltimore ravin': Charm City lives up to its name in these two neighborhoods

The other OC

Where there’s a Wilmington, there’s a way

Earn your stripes at spring training

Let’s get fizz-ical in Napa: Ditch the merlot and find some great sparkling wine

Out of the hot tub and into the vineyard

What to Eat in Austin Right Now

Soothe by Southwest

Dublin down: Ireland wants to welcome you home

OpenSkies speeds the trip to Paris

Toronto is in the groove

Go kami-cozy at Japan’s new, luxe urban hotels

NY area's livliest orchard

 


New York Observer

feature stories by Sara Pepitone

Food and Real Estate (mostly)

A Scavenger Hunt for Art Across the California Desert

NYC’s Indian Restaurant Scene Is Hotting Up

The Big Stink: A Corpse Flower Grows in the Bronx

The Best Part of Pokémon Go Is Not What You Think

Just Add Bubbles: An Evening of Spritz

In the (Construction) Zone

‘Good’ Fat Is Fashionable At These Top NYC Restaurants

Over the Top: Extreme Amenities Conquer Manhattan, And Beyond

Wine From Infinity and Beyond: Hungary, Georgia, Turkey and China are on the up

How to Create the Best Home Bar for the Holidays

Gowanus Reborn: A haven for manufacturing and artists stands on the precipice of major development

On Top of the World: New Landscaped Roof Spaces That Encourage Residents to Stay Awhile

In Hamilton Heights, A Townhome Reflects the Neighborhood’s History

Eataly Imports Celeb Chefs for Its Birthday Party

Barney’s Rubble: Sculpture and Films From Matthew Barney at Los Angeles’ MoCA

Novak Djokovic Serves Up the Spice

Sasha Petraske, Founder of the Legendary Milk & Honey, Is Dead at 42

You’re Probably Drinking Your Rosé Wrong

Buddhism for Dinner

NYC Restaurateurs Serving Up Breakfast at Midnight

 

From the salmon days (warning: these may involve some scrolling)

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Drawing Lots in Harlem, Three Developers Want In

N.B.A. Scoreless in Bid To Get New Headquarters

Homeless Encampment Raided

Trade School Gets Help From Friends

Trade School Gets Help From Friends Read more at: http://tr.im/05bZF

Gimme Shelter...But Not on Riverside Drive

 

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Interior Design

feature stories and slideshows by Sara Pepitone

What to Expect When Maison & Objet Comes to America

The Renovation of Paris: 5 Luxury Hotels

Cooper Hewitt Reopens Friday Following 3-Year Renovation

Urban Plunge: City Swimming Dives into London

Heatherwick Studios Opens Bombay Sapphire Distillery

How Software Fundamentally Changed Design

The Future of Design Education: Teaching Innovation

Coolest Interiors on the High Seas

Bruno Munro Brings Light Field to Cheekwood

Water Makes a Splash in Interiors and Architecture

Workplace Strategy's Impact on Design

Bridging the Gap Between Fashion and Interiors

What Can Contemporary Design do for Religion?

Innovation in Health Care Design

The Fiscal Power of Taking Green Global

The Future of Kitchen and Bath Design

Museums as Design Innovators

 


Commercial Observer

feature stories by Sara Pepitone

What Does the Future Hold for the City’s Tarot Card Readers and Fortune-Tellers?

The Big Sting: Is Zika Affecting Hotel Lending?

La Pecora Bianca at 1133 Broadway

The Concrete Jungle’s Best Deal: Concrete

Bricks and Mortar Won’t Shield Landlords From Cyber Attacks

A Portrait of the Artists Documenting WTC’s Progress

Alfa Development’s Michael Namer On History, Architecture and Sustainability

Urban Landscape Designers are Busier Than Ever

Rickshaws, Ridesharing and the Return of the Trolley!

The Secrets of Getting Your First Bar or Restaurant Space in Manhattan

When Larry Met Bjarke…

Rent Is For Suckers! Restaurateurs are Buying Instead of Renting

Get With the Times: The Ever Changing Face of Times Square

The Incarnations of Times Square’s Knickerbocker Hotel

Downtown Developers Are Keeping an Eye On the Water 

The British Are Coming! Inside the English Invasion of Gotham

Valrhona Hits Sweet Spot in Dumbo

 

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