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This Southern Bourbon Pecan Pie

Feelings by the filling | Manhattan Times

Story by Sherry Mazzocchi It’s best to eat hearty winter pies such as pecan or apple slightly warm, topped with vanilla ice cream. Piling on scoops of chocolate just won’t work. “The favors would be busy in your mouth,”…

Spreading the love | Manhattan Times

Story by Gregg McQueen The Lovebomber is on the loose. But no need to panic — this sly photobomber only has good intentions. The Lovebomber is the nickname of uptowner Laura Pou, a Washington Heights resident who revels in…

The Shrimp Asopao from Marisco Centro. (Photo: Robert Sietsema)

Where to Eat in Washington Heights | Eater NY

By Robert Sietsema Named after a fort built for Continental Army troops commanded by George Washington during the Revolutionary War, and still largely rural farmland as late as 1900, Washington Heights is a sprawling and nearly mountainous neighborhood that…

Faces of Hope

Save The Date: Faces of Hope @ Le Chéile – September 8th

After a successful Kickstarter campaign funds for the amount needed to mount the exhibition and self-publish the accompanying book was raised in July 2012. The photo exhibition features the work of up-and-coming photographer Jay Franco; who made a name…

Nutcracker - Le Cheile

Uptown Summer Arts & Culture Double Header Extravaganza

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) That’s right people; tomorrow will be a big day Uptown. First of all, the Uptown Collective in tandem with Nutcracker Inc. will have a Nutcracker Awareness Day shindig at Le Chéile (839 West 181st Street…

Flor de Toloache @ Le Chéile

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Video & photography by Emmanuel Abreu (@EAbreuVisuals) What is Flor de Toloache? Toloache is an herb used to make people fall in love. It is also the name of, get this, are you ready? A…