Tom Fedora

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These Are the Best Holiday Windows in New York City

No one does Christmas quite like Tiffany's.<p>New York City is known for its spectacular holiday window displays, and this year is no exception. From Lord & Taylor's enchanted forest to Tiffany's timeless elegance, here are a few of our favorites.

Bill Evans – Time Remembered, The Life & Music of Bill Evans (2016, DVD)

The truth and beauty in Evans' music is impossible to forget. Bruce Spiegel's well done documentary 'Time Remembered, The Life & Music of Bill Evans' …

Jazz

NYT Book Review Picks 10 Best Books of 2016

The editors of the New York Times Book Review are out with their annual list of the best reads of the year. The top 10, which aren't ranked in order: …

Books

Sam Bush and Sierra Hull

Greensky Bluegrass: Punk-Acoustic That Teeters Between Control And Chaos

Lenovo Yoga Book review: the unbearable lightness of computing

Awkward. That’s the word that comes to mind when I think of all of the 2-in-1 “convertible” laptops that have come to market in recent years, as PC makers try to adapt in a mobile-centric world and rejuvenate the market. A 13-inch or 15-inch laptop just doesn’t really work as a tablet. The option …

The Lumineers interview: ‘We feel so mislabelled as folk’

The Lumineers kicked off their UK tour last Sunday, playing a sold-out gig at Manchester’s O2 Apollo. On the other side of the city, Justin Bieber …

This Is Probably the Best Garlic Bread You'll Ever Make

Spaghetti and meatballs are great, but hands down the best part of any Italian meal is the garlic bread. This version, affectionally dubbed "OMG …

Italian Food

This Cinnamon Pecan Pie Recipe Is Literally Holiday Crack

If you didn’t know — I LOVE pie. My last meal would be made up of pies — savory breakfast quiches, potpies, pizza pies and, of course, tons and tons of sweet pies. I recently came across this cinnamon bun crust hack on Pinterest and my heart skipped a beat. I am here to let you all know that this …

Baking

‘Mr. Robot’ Book Review: ‘Red Wheelbarrow’ Is Even Crazier Than the Show (And Filled With Easter Eggs)

The official "in-show" novel expands our knowledge of Elliot's dysfunctions — and is packed with puzzles along the way.<p>Trust “Mr. Robot” to eschew …

TV

Leon Russell Dies; Southern Rock Legend Was 74

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Leon Russell has died in Nashville at the age of 74. His wife, Jan, said through an intermediary that the legendary musician and songwriter had died Sunday in his sleep in Nashville.<p>Russell "had heart bypass surgery in July and was recovering from that," his record …

Soul Music

12 Ways to Transform Your Life with Mindful Living

Buddhaimonia.If you’re reading this, the likelihood is you know what mindfulness is. For those unfamiliar, mindfulness is defined somewhat …

Zen

Caramelized Onion Bread

Caramelized onions are one of those great foods that are incredibly simple to prepare but pack a tremendous amount of flavor. To make them, all you …

Happy Birthday, 'Highway 61': Dylan's Weirdest, Funniest Album Turns 50

On the enduring mystique of the icon's second 1965 triumph<p>Happy 50th birthday to <i>Highway 61 Revisited</i>, Bob Dylan's strangest, funniest, most baffling …

Soul Music

10 Great American Hikes That (Almost) Anyone Can Do

(Photo: Thinkstock/Purestock)<p>Hiking is the most democratic of American pastimes: Almost everyone can do it, and there's no special equipment necessary. All you need is a pair of sturdy, comfortable shoes and a spirit of discovery. And it's an activity that can be enjoyed nearly year-round, by young …

Bruce Springsteen - Chimes Of Freedom

World Tango Championship in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

Great Reads For Great Weather

Support the news<p>It's August, with a few more weeks of summery weather. If you're lucky, that might mean some lazy days off, some time at the beach or …

Books

4 Easy Steps to Mindfulness

Feeling stressed? Do you need something to center you and calm you? Mindfulness is an awareness of your thoughts, feelings and body to bring you back …

Mindfulness

Review: Grace Potter, 'Midnight'

All hail pop rock! Few categories in contemporary music are more maligned, yet what resides within this one can be tremendously energizing, adventurous and fun. The term "pop rock" affixes itself to all kinds of things — new-wave songs by women celebrating the weekend, like the Go-Go's "We Got The …

Def Leppard

Quick Chicken Baby Broccoli with Spicy Peanut Sauce

Peanut sauce is like the chocolate sauce of dinnertime. I’m pretty sure I’d eat my shoe if it were covered in enough of it. This satay-inspired dish …

(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher & Higher by Bruce Springteen & All Star Band

San Francisco Sourdough Bread

About three and a half years ago I took up bread baking. I didn't start with just any bread. It was a sourdough loaf. I talk about it in my post …

Panmarino - Italian Rosemary Bread

Panmarino. Italian rosemary bread. Rosemary and olive oil and a biga to develop flavor make some pretty awesome loaves.<p>I've got this giant rosemary …

Baking

The Day Bruce Springsteen Launched the 'Born to Run' Tour

When Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band began their tour in support of <i>Born to Run</i> on July 20, 1975, at the Palace Concert Theatre in Providence, …

Songs We Love: Patty Griffin, 'Rider of Days'

The guitars that open "Rider of Days," the first single from folk giant Patty Griffin's forthcoming album <i>Servant of Love</i>, take a moment to come into focus. They swim up from silence and surface just in time for Griffin's unmistakable voice to arrive and settle over them. Everything about "Rider of …

Songwriting

The Quiet Grandeur of New York and L.A. From Above

New photographs from Jeffrey Milstein capture both cities from the sky.<p>When we last saw the work of photographer Jeffrey Milstein, he was capturing the strange beauty of airports from the perspective of the sky. Milstein is back in bird’s-eye form but now he’s focused his lens on the city—in …