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Hoods

  1. 'hoods
    Watching Boyhood Made Me Wish I’d Grown Up a BoyA story about being a boy tells a story about being a girl.
  2. look of the day
    Irina Shayk Wore a Chartreuse Versace HoodAnd a bedazzled corset.
  3. three's a trend
    Girls in the HoodsThis season, skip the hats and instead opt for one of many designer hoods.
  4. agenda
    Edith Piaf’s agonizing story is told in unchained song.Framed against her brutal upbringing, Edith Piaf’s classic overblown performances are all the more triumphant.
  5. agenda
    Alicia Keys’s ‘As I Am’: Just the way we like her.Alicia Keys is smooth. And smart, and controlled — put unromantically, a sort of R&B player piano with songs you want to hear again and again.
  6. photo op
    Subway Train Commutes Into Manhattan, Takes Surface Route Late last night, at the corner of 178th and Broadway near the George Washington Bridge, a truck transported a shiny new subway car into the city. Where was it coming from, and where was it going? Is there an initiative to clean all subway cars so that they shine, in the parlance of Miss Hannigan, like the top of the Chrysler Building? And most important, is that why our C train is diverted this weekend? We may never know, because obviously, the people at the MTA never answer their phones. But nonetheless: What a magic moment.
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Lovescool’s Bakery Open in Gramercy; Pupu Platters From the Fifties in QueensAstoria: Chickenhead is playing at the beer garden this Saturday from 8 p.m. to midnight. [Joey in Astoria] Clinton Hill: J & J Cafe on Fulton near Waverly is already closed, but don’t hold your breath for the next newcomer. With all the construction in the area “there’s little use opening anything in that space…it’s almost completely invisible.” [Clinton Hill Blog] Fresh Meadows: Old-school Chinese-American restaurant Kim Yum has been serving Pupu Platters and strong drinks since the fifties. [Gothamist] Gramercy: Dessert blogger and Golden Scoop award winner Kelli Bernard has opened her bakery and tea house at 171 Third Avenue between 16th and 17th streets. [NewYorkology] Harlem: Harlem Tea Room tries to pull a fast one: “This may not be a sticking point if you haven’t grown up with scones, but they are not biscuits. They just aren’t. Biscuits are lovely things, but you cannot claim to sell homemade scones and serve biscuits.” [Uptown Flavor] West Village: Gusto chef Amanda Freitag puts oodles of autumn into her recipe for free-form pumpkin ravioli with apple-cider reduction. [Restaurant Girl]
  8. beef
    Prince Declares War on Music PiratesRemember how we told you that Prince was going to sue his own fan Websites for copyright infringement? Well, forget all that, because he just found out about file sharing and, man, is he upset!
  9. agenda
    Insta-classic Super Mario Galaxy beats writers strike woes.In this radically silly Wii reboot, everyone’s favorite Italian plumber goes … to outer space!
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