Christmas, and the holidays in general, is a tricky time to start pairing wines when meals are smorgasbords of food jumping all over the map—from turkey to ham, to yams to carrots—that one yearns for a simple and balanced wine with just a hint of acidity….
Sent to us by Meryl Salzinger who was at the Board of Election in Brooklyn: “Just showing how many people have questions about where and how to vote after [Hurricane] Sandy. My concern is to show that so many people will be disenfranchised by having to wait for hours in line to have their questions answered.”
LATE BREAKING: Cuomo Oks displaced NYers can vote at any polling station.
It’s been four days since Hurricane Sandy blew through, and Brooklyn is starting to mobilize again. Restaurants are re-opening, the marathon is [CANCELLED] and the MTA is hobbling along, with full (though slow) bus service restored and almost every train running on modified service (not, the G train, of course, which remains suspended). Click here for full story. More > >