Here’s a scoop: Oddfellows is open again in Williamsburg.
“We’re right on Domino Park this time,” said Andy Mullins. “I’m staring at the Empire State building.” The new shop is a few blocks south of the original, at the intersection of Grand Street and River Street. Like before, patrons can sit by the window and take in the Manhattan skyline. And instead of tables and chairs there are now booths opposite the L-shaped counter for groups. More →
“I need 400 points more,” says the small boy on the couch. “And I need to go to more tournaments.”
The strange thing is, everyone is taking Tanitoluwa (“Tani”) Adewumi seriously. He’s not talking about beating his friends at Fortnite or becoming a state sports champion. This 10-year-old is inches away from becoming the youngest chess Grandmaster in history. More →
Snagging a vaccine appointment isn’t the only pastime open to New Yorkers this spring. Rates for COVID cases and hospitalizations keep dropping, leading Governor Cuomo to announce all kinds of reopenings. Here is a comprehensive list to help you keep track.
Indoor dining is back in New York City just in time for Valentine’s Day, and restaurant patrons are feeling the love. An informal survey of several popular date spots found that dinner reservations for Sunday are largely gone. More →