Robert Sietsema, the Village Voice‘s food critic, is a cheerleader. Back in January he, along with nearly every other New York food writer, wrote a piece rah-rah’ing the New York barbecue scene. Maybe penning a promotional article about local barbecue is required for admission to the New York BBQ…
Robert Sietsema, the Village Voice's food critic, thinks New York can now be considered a "'cue capital." Isn't that cute?
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author’s new book on Scientology, Going Clear, arrives on shelves today amid a swarm of controversy.
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Mark Cuban and Donald Trump go at it on Twitter.
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Someone scrawled "Obama" in uppercase letters over the green highway sign that marks the location of the unincorporated community located southwest of Fort Worth.
And San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro fired back, suggesting Annise Parker was just jealous.
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