The Supreme Court ruled to give the House Select Committee access to a trove of documents detailing election-negating strategies that Donald Trump and his advisers entertained—including a military seizure of voting machines—but he continues to peddle a counter-narrative in which he’s the victim.
Over a Jack-and-ginger, the serial character actor and star of Season 2 of SundanceTV’s “State of the Union,” chats about her crush on her co-star Brendan Gleeson, a childhood spent tooling around in a VW bus, and her habit of playing mothers and wives.
Thomas Beard, the founder of the venue Light Industry, realized that he had too many books, so he opened a once-a-week pop-up shop consisting entirely of his personal stash of Faulkner, Elizabeth Hardwick, and “A Social History of Ice and Ices.”
At this prix-fixe restaurant, in the Flatiron district, the point seems to be less about making Korean flavors more palatable to the masses than about dislodging the cuisine from its association with proletarian presentation.
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