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Susan Orlean Laments the State of New York Pretzels, Yearns for Fresh Chicken Eggs

“Thank God I like granola bars, since they make up about 40 percent of my usual food intake.” Susan Orlean, the celebrated author and staff writer at The New Yorker, now splits her time between Los Angeles and the Hudson Valley — where, famously, she once raised chickens. Although raccoons have since massacred her beloved […]

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Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition

Dillard Jazz band members Zack Auslander, Zachary McKinney, Jeremiah Johnson, Jared Golden and Shaliya Rowe celebrate being named one of the top three placing bands at this year’s Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition and Festival in New York City. Susan Stocker, Sun Sentinel

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Susan Rockefeller

New York City designer and documentary film maker Susan Rockefeller’s chic sterling silver sea urchin ring is centered with white topaz. $575. SusanRockefeller.com.

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Susan Orlean on Blogs, Twitter and Writing

Susan Orlean. (Photo by Getty Images) “I’m trying to remember what we did to procrastinate before Twitter,” Susan Orlean tweeted yesterday. “Anyone?” If you listened to her interview with the literary podcast All Write Already that came out the same day, you’d have her answer.

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Last Look: Susan Lerner

Common Cause NY Executive Director Susan Lerner discusses the Moreland Commission on Public Ethics preliminary report and why she feels public financing of campaigns is necessary in an interview with Jon Lentz. City & State

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Susan Morrison Remembers Peter Kaplan

Peter Kaplan. (Photo: Getty Images) Susan Morrison was the second editor-in-chief of The New York Observer, succeeding Graydon Carter. In 1992, she assigned a writer named Peter Kaplan to cover TV for the Observer. He wrote three “TV Diary” installments for the paper and then a few months later became the Observer’s editor. These stories […]

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Purple: Benjamin Degen at Susan Inglett Gallery

Benjamin Degen, "Moongazer", 2012. Oil on canvas over panel, 36 x 24 inches [Color Wheel is a series in which we identify a trending color in art for the week and post a daily image that illustrates its popularity. This week’s color is purple. Readers are invited to submit images throughout the week and we’ll […]

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Extra, Extra: Employee Sues Boss For Comparing Her To Susan Boyle

Extra, Extra: Employee Sues Boss For Comparing Her To Susan Boyle

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Susan Sarandon on the Mayor’s Race: ‘You Can’t Just Vote Your Vagina’

At first, actress Susan Sarandon expected to back Council Speaker Christine Quinn in her bid to become the city’s first female mayor. But she had to evaluate her other priorities as well. Citing Ms. Quinn’s positions on term limits and her foot-dragging passing paid sick leave legislation, Ms. Sarandon threw her support behind the city’s public […]

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LAST LOOK: Susan Lerner

Common Cause NY Executive Director Susan Lerner discusses the Moreland Commission investigating public corruption and the legislature’s failure to pass campaign finance reform in an interview with Morgan Pehme. City & State

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READER SUBMITTED: Simsbury Artist, Susan Patla Brereton, Receives Best In Show Award

Susan Patla Brereton of Simsbury, received a Best in Show Award on Sunday, June 23, from the Southington Arts and Crafts Association for her painting featured in its 22nd Annual Juried Art Show held at Gallery 53, 53 Colony Street, Meriden. She received… New York City

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Inside The Capitol: A Recap Of Susan Arbetter’s The Capitol Pressroom

Close-up of LCA Show program lyrics The curtain flutters. On cue, the Albany Times Union’s Casey Seiler bounds onto the stage at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center. He’s wearing a fake comb-over, a straitjacket and a smile that reeks of lasciviousness and mania. The band begins playing something familiar. The tune is courtesy of […]

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Inside The Capitol: A Recap of Susan Arbetter’s The Capitol Pressroom

Giving the Finger Lakes a Hand It was only around noon, and I had already tried four wines from Rock Stream’s “dry flight”: the Riesling, a pinot noir, something called “dry Niagara” and—my favorite—another red made from a blend of rare grapes that winery owner Dr. Mark Karasz called DeChaunac. It was a big, buttery […]

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Inside The Capitol: A Recap Of Susan Arbetter’s The Capitol Pressroom

The Capitol Pressroom’s host, Susan Arbetter, recaps recent highlights of her one-hour public radio show broadcast live from the State Capitol. Arbetter is the news and public affairs director for WCNY in Syracuse. There wasn’t much about this year’s legislative spring break that could be considered break-like. Even legislators who have done nothing more than […]

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Inside The Capitol: A Recap Of Susan Arbetter’s The Capitol Pressroom

Flipping the Paladino Who comes to Albany and flips off a reporter? Someone with enough money and chutzpah not to care. Carl Paladino arrived in town for a pro-gun rally and within hours made his presence—and opinions—felt. Paladino and his “Turn Albany Upside Down” PAC marched on Albany with a collective sense of moral outrage […]

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