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Finding the Perfect Cocktail in Buenos Aires

Finding the Perfect Cocktail in Buenos Aires

Presidente opened last year in Buenos Aires and is one of the more stylish bars in the city.
A Walking Tour of Manhattan’s Rock ’n’ Roll Past: the 2000s

A Walking Tour of Manhattan’s Rock ’n’ Roll Past: the 2000s

Jesse Rifkin, a musician and historian, leads Alana Skyring and others on a tour of indie-rock sites in Manhattan from the 1990s and 2000s. Many of the venues have closed, but Pianos is a holdout on
6 Men Jailed for Beating American Student to Death in Greece

6 Men Jailed for Beating American Student to Death in Greece

Greek police officers in Athens on Thursday escorting three of those charged in the killing of Bakari Henderson, 22, on the island of Zakynthos last year.
6 Men Jailed for Beating American Student to Death in Greece

6 Men Jailed for Beating American Student to Death in Greece

Greek police officers in Athens on Thursday escorting three of those charged in the killing of Bakari Henderson, 22, on the island of Zakynthos last year.
6 Men Jailed for Beating American Student to Death in Greece

6 Men Jailed for Beating American Student to Death in Greece

Greek police officers in Athens on Thursday escorting three of those charged in the killing of Bakari Henderson, 22, on the island of Zakynthos last year.
Tommy Rowles, 78, Dies; Bartender to the Prominent (and Others)

Tommy Rowles, 78, Dies; Bartender to the Prominent (and Others)

Tommy Rowles on April 27, 2012, his last day as bartender at Bemelmans Bar in the Carlyle hotel after 53 years.
Past Tense: Looking Back on 100 Years of New York City Drinking Culture, From Gritty to Elegant

Past Tense: Looking Back on 100 Years of New York City Drinking Culture, From Gritty to Elegant

TGI Fridays, 1966, Upper East Side. Before it became a restaurant franchise, TGI Fridays was one of the first singles bars in the country.
Resurrecting a New Orleans Bar and Its Dramatic Drink

Resurrecting a New Orleans Bar and Its Dramatic Drink

Nick Detrich, left, and Chris Hannah in the courtyard of their new bar, Jewel of the South, with the brandy crusta cocktail that helped make the original Jewel famous.

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘His Friends Begged Me to Slap Him.’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring five reader-submitted stories of 100 words or fewer.
At Least 6 Dead and Dozens Hurt After Stampede in Italian Nightclub

At Least 6 Dead and Dozens Hurt After Stampede in Italian Nightclub

Italian Carabinieri outside a disco in Corinaldo were a stampede at a rap concert early Saturday killed five teenagers and a woman who had accompanied her daughter to the event.
Nightclub Stampede in Italy Leaves 6 Dead and Dozens Injured

Nightclub Stampede in Italy Leaves 6 Dead and Dozens Injured

Italian Carabinieri outside a disco in Corinaldo were a stampede at a rap concert early Saturday killed five teenagers and a woman who had accompanied her daughter to the event.
The Last of the Old-School Cabaret Artists

The Last of the Old-School Cabaret Artists

Mr. Ross at a recent party for his new holiday album, "It's Almost Christmas Eve."
A Peek at Your New Plate: How You’ll Be Eating in 2019

A Peek at Your New Plate: How You’ll Be Eating in 2019

Get ready for more cheese tea — green or black tea sipped through a cap of cream cheese blended with cream or condensed milk.
A Peek at Your New Plate: How You’ll Be Eating in 2019

A Peek at Your New Plate: How You’ll Be Eating in 2019

Get ready for more cheese tea — green or black tea sipped through a cap of cream cheese blended with cream or condensed milk.
Heads Up: Is Munich Getting Cool? Look for the Boat on the Bridge

Heads Up: Is Munich Getting Cool? Look for the Boat on the Bridge

The Alte Utting, a decommissioned boat perched on a bridge in Munich, has attracted crowds and helped invigorate the Bavarian city's night life scene.
Critic’s Notebook: ‘They’re Doing It Out of Love’: The Big Band Rises Again

Critic’s Notebook: ‘They’re Doing It Out of Love’: The Big Band Rises Again

Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society, a large ensemble that tends toward dark-hued sounds, is now renowned in the jazz world.
Cornelia Street Café, a Pillar of Greenwich Village Experimentation, Closes Its Doors

Cornelia Street Café, a Pillar of Greenwich Village Experimentation, Closes Its Doors

After nearly 42 years in the West Village, the Cornelia Street Café has shuttered.
A Cocktail Writer’s Life: The Pentagon by Day, a Barstool by Night

A Cocktail Writer’s Life: The Pentagon by Day, a Barstool by Night

Philip Greene at the Round Robin bar, an old-school lounge in the Willard InterContinental hotel in Washington. That’s President Warren G. Harding over his shoulder.
The Day the Music Died

The Day the Music Died

One of the most beloved performers over the years, Dave Saunders during a set at Bobby’s Idle Hour, which closed last week.