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Daniel Maurer

August 19, 2005 | New York International Fringe Festival
Trash

Direct from Missouri: Three hillbillies face love, death, and a whole lotta used car parts.

July 24, 2005 | Cheap Guide
Stretching $50 in Jackson Heights

Deals in Jackson Heights extend well beyond the all-you-can eat buffets. We took $50 and walked 25 blocks.

July 22, 2005 | Bar Buzz
Drinking and Gawking

The city's nightlife strips are the best places to people-watch. But where to park when it's a choice between one sidewalk bar and another?

July 19, 2005 | Cheap Guide
Stretching $50 in Greenpoint

Is Greenpoint really the spot for saving green? We got off the G train with $50, a shopping bag, and an empty stomach.

June 22, 2005 | Bar Buzz
New Bars from Old Favorites

There’s plenty of reason to fear a new bar— no cracks in the upholstery, no graffiti in the bathroom, and often not a soul in the house. But when they’re opened by owners we know and love, they can feel like hallowed haunts from day one.

June 7, 2005 | Bar Buzz
East Village: Bar Crawl by Numbers

Ever since the days of 2B, 9C, and The 5 Spot, drinking in the East Village has been like swimming in an alcoholic alphabet soup: you'd have to be the Count from Sesame Street to make sense of all the bar names that play on their street addresses. To clear things up, here's an algebraic approach to the classic east-side trawl.

June 3, 2005 | Feature
A Taste of Suburbia

When it comes to food, New York City isn’t necessarily the city that has it all. Sure, you can get beef overnighted from Kobe, but try getting a Grand Slam Breakfast®. Despite the prevalence of fishes-out-of-water like TGIF, Applebees, and now Red Lobster, there are still some chains that haven’t made the jump from suburban shopping malls to the Big Apple. Until they finally open in Times Square, here’s where you can travel to find them.

May 30, 2005 | Bar Buzz
Bars That Bar-B-Q (For Free!)

No house on Fire Island or even a fire escape where you can barbecue? At these 10 bars, the weekends can still be about grilling and chilling.

May 16, 2005 | Bar Buzz
Drink All You Can Drink

The open bar is the holy grail of New York City nightlife. But where to find one when there isn't a gallery opening or launch party to go to?

May 6, 2005 | Feature
A Thin Line between Yum and Yuck

Gael Greene, Mario Batali, Lidia Bastianich, and Fergus Henderson discuss adventurous eating (aka extreme eating), reflecting on dishes such as rooster balls, pig's trotters, offal, and others.

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