In “97 Orchard: An Edible History of Five Immigrant Families in One New York Tenement,” author Jane Ziegelman examines the history of early immigrants to America who were unable to find many of the ingredients they had grown accustomed to cooking with in their home countries.
The video game “Naughty Bear,” released last week for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles, may sound enticing, but the only detail most buyers will find appealing is how much they can get for returning it.
As Mr. and Mrs. P prepare to leave the neuropsychologist’s office, Mr. P reaches toward the coat rack to take his hat, but instead places a firm hand on his wife’s head, yanking it toward his own head — mistaking his wife for a hat.
Today’s music is all about the deepest bass and the most killer beat, and these types of sounds can only come from something a little more substantial than a couple of strips of white dental floss hanging from each ear.
California rock veterans Thrice have six albums under the band’s belt since hitting the alternative scene in 1998. Fans may be more familiar with earlier material because of the band’s extensive touring with acts such as Dashboard Confessional, Brand New, The Get Up Kids and Alkaline Trio.
Since the beginning of the broadcast news era, generations of Americans have gathered in front of their television sets, their ears and eyes tuned in to the distinctive voice and screen presence of Walter Cronkite as he presented them with nearly every major news story from the last half of the 20th century.