Latest: “Brussels, Belgium is Europe’s most underappreciated city”, NY Daily News, September 23 2016

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“Culture and dining rival Paris or Madrid. A rich stock of centuries-spanning architecture makes Brussels a visual treat. And a nonstop influx of global influences — the airport had check-ins for airlines I’d never heard of — means the city is thrillingly international and in constant flux.”  More

September 24, 2016 at 12:49 am Leave a comment

Latest: “The best apple orchards in the tri-state area”, NY Daily News, September 18 2016

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“It’s not far from the Big Apple to some big apples. We’re surrounded by fruit farms, from family outfits to gigantic growers, and apples are a key crop in New York. Plus, orchards sweeten the deal with hayrides, entertainment, comfort food and petting zoos.”  More

September 18, 2016 at 12:46 am Leave a comment

Latest: “A Buffalo Bakery Selling Treats and Shares”, The New York Times, September 18 2016

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“Since BreadHive Cafe opened on Buffalo’s west side in July, customers have been walking in as if they own the place.  In a way, some do.”  More

September 17, 2016 at 11:43 am Leave a comment

Latest: “6 scary getaways that will have you screaming, from haunted prisons to the ‘gates of hell'”, NY Daily News, September 17 2016

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“There are some frightening sites within easy reach of New York City — think haunted houses, creepy castles, and even the ‘gates of hell’ itself.”  More

September 17, 2016 at 12:44 am Leave a comment

Weekly Dish in the Forward

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I’m a contributing editor at the Forward, the world’s leading Jewish news organization, where I write the Weekly Dish food column.  See the latest here.

March 31, 2016 at 9:00 am Leave a comment

“How Av Isaacs Shaped Toronto’s Art Scene”, Forward.com, September 17 2016

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“Born in Winnipeg to Polish immigrants, Isaacovitch moved to Toronto in 1941, relabeled himself Av Isaacs, and became of Canada’s most fearless, prescient, and adventurous gallerists – almost single-handedly forging Toronto’s contemporary art scene.”  More

February 3, 2016 at 1:33 am Leave a comment

“Mordecai Richler Gets a Mural in Montreal — And His Son Approves”, Forward.com, September 14 2016

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“Mordecai Richler has always been a larger-than-life presence in Montreal. Now, that’s literally the case.”  More

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