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peter nolan smith
When I was a kid, Campbell’s Tomato Soup almost tasted home-made, especially if milk was added as suggested by the directions. Everyone ate it ...
On a just-cold-enough-not-to-be-warm evening in April I am at work, delivering pizza; mostly on streets lined with brownstones. Down these lanes I pedal doggedly, ...
Every English teacher needs a café of his own, and my weekend joint for nearly seven years has closed. The Fall Café frothed its ...
When I was a young man—no bigger than this A chocolate egg cream was not to be missed Some U-bet’s ...
Many things are curated in this day and age. Google will happily refer you to “a curated book,” “curated digital apps,” “a curated list ...
Everyone thinks the French are so cute. But I’m a waitress, so I know better. I deal with plenty of tourists. I don’t mind ...
Back in the 1970’s, my girlfriends and I decided to spend a Saturday night without boys at a restaurant in midtown called Jacques. Long ...
MR. BELLER’S NEIGHBORHOOD READING SERIES HAPPY ENDING in the Lower East Side Friday, September 23, 8:00 PM A Free Evening of Non-Fiction In The Lower East ...
The painting of a luxury building marked one of the walls of Mars Bar. It was in grey and black and in dull city ...
The world was supposed to end on May 21, 2011. One man I spoke to at a bar was a little disappointed when Earth was ...
A skinhead handed Henry a beer. When you’re alone, other loners find you, and they are often alone because they’re fucking weird and the ...
What is it, I wonder, about the German fondness for the flesh of the pig and the Jewish abhorrence of it? Like lust, revulsion ...