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Le Bernardin, Atera, Intelligentsia Coffee, Neta, and More

Grid View<p>week in review 4/28<p>One Year In: Atera<br>• Le Bernardin's Plans to Expand<br>• Eater Inside: Manon<br>• Coming Attractions: Intelligentsia Coffee<br>• Brunch Heatmap, Spring 2013<br>• Di Fara Spinoff MD Kitchen Now Open in Midwood<br>• Spring Tracking: Paul Liebrandt's The Elm<br>• Lafayette Now Open for Lunch<br>• Eater Interviews: …

Chelsea vs. Swansea City: Are the Blues Going to Have It All Their Own?

Ask any Chelsea fan at the beginning of this season if winning the Europa League and qualifying for the Champions League via the Premier League's top four would make for a good campaign, and the answer would have been a resounding "No."<p>Chelsea were reigning European champions after all, and having …

How to Book Travel Online for Less

With clear skies and rising temperatures around the country, the summer travel season is nearly upon us. And unless you've got money to burn or a …

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Iran's Political Scene Is Sketchy For Cartoonists

Iranian newspapers are rife with cartoons. They are a tradition, and play a big role voicing criticism of the country's authoritarian regime.<p>Increasingly, though, Iranian cartoonists have been imprisoned, received death threats, or gone into exile because of their work.<p>Omid Memarian was a …

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Best New York City Street Art Of 2013

The best from Gotham's best, so far.<p><b>For daily photos of street art all over New York City, The Dusty Rebel is your best source.</b>

‘Hate Kills’: Photos and Insights From Photographer Lynn Johnson

Changing Planet<p><b>The geography of hate is a litany of tragedy and place names like Bosnia, Cambodia, Rwanda. But hate has no borders, as recent events in the U.S. reminded us. Photographer Lynn Johnson spent five years documenting the wreckage of hate’s corrosive force in America.</b><p>Her project, <i>Hate</i> …

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It's Not About Thomas Perez, It's Again About President Obama

The GOP's whiplash of President Obama's Labor Secretary pick, Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Thomas Perez, is not about his alleged over the top activist cheerleading of labor, civil rights and voting rights, or any supposed improprieties in his involvement with a housing case in St. …

WIRED Space Photo of the Day 2013 | WIRED

Jan. 19, 2014: Solar X-Flare<p>The largest sunspot group of the solar cycle unleashed a large (X1.2 class) flare just when it was facing right towards …