Articles By Connor Adams Sheets
When a restaurant can prove itself as a consistently reliable way to cure a hangover and please the taste-buds in a stylish room, the lines are guaranteed to be long, and in the case of Chelsea's Cookshop, all of the above have been true for years.
The Alabama-LSU BCS Championship game at halftime has been a low-scoring affair at just 9-0, much as everyone predicted, but the signs are foreboding for the Tigers.
Mitt Romney said Monday that he likes "being able to fire people who provide services to" him, adding another soundbite that can be used in attack ads his GOP opponents and Democrats are using to paint him as a rich capitalist out of touch with American voters.
Meme (or Mémé) Mediterranean is a light-dining pleasure squeezed into a section of the West Village overrun with trendy gastropubs and heavy Italian outposts.
Le Pescadeux is a New York City gem, serving up fresh, affordable Québecois fish in a warm, intimate setting.
Blue Ivy Carter, the first child of musicians Beyonce and Jay-Z, is only a couple days old, but illuminati, Satanist and Freemasonry conspiracy theories are already being hatched about the young child.
New Jersey's state legislature plans to take up the controversial issue of gay marriage as a key push one year after New York legalized the practice amid national attention.
Though the child is the Jay-Z's first, there's a whole body of work that reveals Jigga's views toward children.
Ever since Google celebrated the Burning Man festival with a simple doodle on Aug. 30, 1998, the company has had tons of fun with its doodles. This slideshow offers a trip through the history of Google's doodles, from basic to extremely complex.
Charles Addams, creator of the perennial favorite "Addams Family" cartoons, would be 100 years old today, and Google is honoring the famed artist with a doodle on its home page.