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These healthy(ish!) holiday bevs will turn you into the person you—and your loved ones—wish you were. Here’s to your health in the brand new year! ♦ SISTER’S KEEPER Known in some circles as “A Special Place In Hell,” we do recommend moderation with this one—unless you’re truly trapped in a cycle of hate for your own gender, then have two. If you’ve ever said, “most of my friends are male,” have three or four. If “Ivanka seems...
The advent of digital music may have caused album cover art—you know, the little thumbnail next to the song you’re listening to on iTunes or on Spotify—to become somewhat de-emphasized these days, but that doesn’t mean it’s a lost art altogether. Believe it or not, most bands still spend quite a bit of time crafting a look and feel for their records as an extension of the musical and lyrical themes of their latest...
With five albums, a pair of EPs, and five million records sold, The Strokes are inimitable, and widely credited as leading the early-aughts rock ‘n’ roll revival. And as their popularity expanded, so did the ambition of its members, who embarked on various side projects. For a while, there was a lone holdout—lead guitarist Nick Valensi—but he’s since come around to the idea. These days, Los Angeles-based Valensi is the lead vocalist and guitarist...
Here’s a Bookstore—yes, that's the name of the store—has been slinging titles in the heart of Sheepshead Bay since 1975. In addition to serving as an academic bookstore for neighboring yeshivas, it also has a robust stock of hundreds of thousands of used books across all subjects. Whether you want a kosher cookbook or an exhilarating thriller, here’s the place to look. Doron Levi, son of Sylvia Levi, Owner  The Burglar Who Counted the Spoons by Lawrence  Block A...

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