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Restaurant Review: Momofuku Ssam Bar Keeps Evolving Under a Singaporean Chef

Restaurant Review: Momofuku Ssam Bar Keeps Evolving Under a Singaporean Chef

A steamed Chinese bun filled with white sturgeon caviar and bacon-ranch dressing.
In Brooklyn, a Hare Krishna Reckoning

In Brooklyn, a Hare Krishna Reckoning

Krishna devotees chanting at 34th Street-Penn Station in Manhattan.
Sunday Routine: How Carter Cleveland, of Artsy, Spends His Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Carter Cleveland, of Artsy, Spends His Sundays

Mr. Cleveland’s day of leisure includes yoga and a steam bath.
Sunday Routine: How Carter Cleveland, of Artsy, Spends His Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Carter Cleveland, of Artsy, Spends His Sundays

Mr. Cleveland’s day of leisure includes yoga and a steam bath.
Unveiling Performance Space New York

Unveiling Performance Space New York

Jenny Schlenzka, artistic and executive director of Performance Space New York, in its renovated home.
Restaurant Review: Can Fancy Chefs Excel at Fast, Cheap Food? Two Case Studies

Restaurant Review: Can Fancy Chefs Excel at Fast, Cheap Food? Two Case Studies

Pasta Flyer tries to suggest a home-cooked meal with its lace-pattern placemats and fresh flowers on the tables.
Take Me to Church and Let Me Dance

Take Me to Church and Let Me Dance

The choreographer and performer Reggie Wilson at St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery. He is the curator of “Dancing Platform, Praying Grounds: Blackness, Churches and Downtown Dance."

Two by Design: The Creative Couple Bridging the Worlds of Hospitality and Embroidery

Naina Shah and Abhishek Honawar work between New York and India: she in fashion, he in hospitality. Next, they will team up on their own design studio.
Hungry City: At Ho Foods, a Noodle Soup That Nourishes and Transports

Hungry City: At Ho Foods, a Noodle Soup That Nourishes and Transports

The soup is built on a stock of cow hooves and beef shin bones simmered for a day and a night.
French Skills Meet Korean Flavors at Soogil in the East Village

French Skills Meet Korean Flavors at Soogil in the East Village

The monkfish at Soogil is tender and shows off some of Mr. Lim’s French training.
Gentrification’s Empty Victory

Gentrification’s Empty Victory

Gregg Singer in his office in the building that was once P.S. 64, once Charas, and now, except for him, vacant.
Exhibition Review: Swiss Institute Has a New Home Ready-Made for Art

Exhibition Review: Swiss Institute Has a New Home Ready-Made for Art

The Swiss Institute’s new home — a renovated bank on St. Marks Place — has an open-door policy.
Hungry City: A Filipino Specialty Best Paired With a Brew in the East Village

Hungry City: A Filipino Specialty Best Paired With a Brew in the East Village

A sign invites diners to ring the bell under the horse’s head if the meal pleases.
Restaurant Review: The David Chang Restaurant Almost Nobody’s Heard Of

Restaurant Review: The David Chang Restaurant Almost Nobody’s Heard Of

Daily menus, including unusual wines by the glass, are written in notebooks.
Target’s CBGB Tribute Draws Backlash, Followed by an Apology

Target’s CBGB Tribute Draws Backlash, Followed by an Apology

The facade of CBGB, which closed in 2006. Target was met with a backlash after opening a new East Village store with a temporary facade similar to the club’s.
Money for Sale, Heroin-Injected Lasagna: How One Artist Is Defining Our Era

Money for Sale, Heroin-Injected Lasagna: How One Artist Is Defining Our Era

Bader, photographed at the Fontana Pretoria in Palermo. He has found acclaim as a conceptual artist who investigates the preposterous and the vulgar.
Restaurant Review: The Chinese Crayfish Craze Hits the East Village, at Le Sia

Restaurant Review: The Chinese Crayfish Craze Hits the East Village, at Le Sia

Within seconds after an order is placed, it seems, the table is covered with grilled skewers and shellfish in fiery broth.
The Hunt: Rent That Was Too Good to Last

The Hunt: Rent That Was Too Good to Last

A $1,000-a-month rent increase was just the incentive Sarah Shaker needed to set off on a search for a new home.
From ’80s Street Art to Graphic Novels. And Back.

From ’80s Street Art to Graphic Novels. And Back.

Richard McGuire in his Tribeca studio with new posters in the style of his 1979-82 Ixnae Nix works. The originals will be at the New York Art Book Fair this weekend and Alden Projects on Sept. 27.