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Little Italy and Chinatown | New York City | Let’s Roam

This week’s Let’s Roam episode explores Little Italy and Chinatown in NYC, where contrasting cultures co-exist together on Mulberry and Mott Streets. SUBSCRIBE for more: http://bit.ly/YcseYj

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Video Rating: 4 / 5

Szechuan Gourmet – NYC Order Chinese Food Online at Szechaun Gourmet 2 New York City Locations

Looking for delicious Chinese Food to order online or for takeout? Try Szechuan Gourmet NYC. Enjoy creative Chinese delivery food from either of Szechuan Gourmet’s two locations. Visit the menus on SeamlessWeb and order online today! Eat delectable Chinese food at our restaurant of from the comfort of your own home. We deliver to businesses also!


The Best Chinese Roast Pork (Char Siu) in New York City

This could be the best roast pork (Char Siu) in New York City.

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Asian Food and Other Awesome Food Adventures Meet Up

New York, NY
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This is a group for lovers of AWESOME food from Asian countries and awesome food in general. If you are joining this group hopefully you know what Off The Great Wall, Double C…

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Video Rating: 4 / 5

The Just City: A Just City Upon a Hill

The fourth session from The Just City forum features EJ Dionne Jr., moderator, and columnist for The Washington Post; Isabel Wilkerson, journalist and author; Jean Quan, mayor of Oakland, Calif.; Christine Todd Whitman, president of The Whitman Strategy Group; and the Governor of Massachusetts Deval Patrick.
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Performance Art@Google: New York City Ballet

Adrian Danchig-Waring and Amanda Hankes, two dancers with the NYCB, stopped by Google NYC to discuss their upcoming performance, Dancers’ Choice. The Discussion is moderated by Meghan Kent and hosted by Lee Stimmel. New York City Ballet will present its third Dancers’ Choice program on Sunday, June 12 at 7:30 PM. A benefit for NYCB’s Dancers’ Emergency Fund, the event was conceived by NYCB’s Ballet Master in Chief Peter Martins in 2008 to give the Company’s dancers an opportunity to plan an NYCB performance. This year Soloist Adrian Danchig-Waring and Corps de Ballet member Amanda Hankes will oversee the evening’s programming and casting, as well as the marketing and promotional efforts. The framework for this year’s programming will be the role of the “muse” in art. The evening will specifically explore the theme of woman as muse- a sentiment echoed in Balanchine’s famous quote “Ballet is Woman”- as well as demonstrate the theme of Stravinsky as muse- a nod towards Balanchine’s frequent collaborator. These themes will be showcased during the evening’s performance in a series of pas de deux selections from George Balanchine’s Agon and Rubies from Jewels, Angelin Preljocaj’s La Stravaganza, and the only performance this season of Christopher Wheeldon’s Liturgy. The evening will also include George Balanchine’s iconic work Apollo, as well as exciting debut performances in nearly every role. As in previous years, the evening will also showcase the dancers’ off stage talents
Video Rating: 3 / 5

More Tales of the City Part 2 | Chapter 3

Mona and the ladies wait for the mystery guest to arrive at the Blue Moon lodge. Mona can’t contain her curiosity about the visiting Countryman. Muther Mucka the old Mutha Fucker has something in mind for Mona, she might find out who the mystery man is in a whole different way than she expected. Mona and Muther Mucka grow a little closer though when she shares with Mona that she used to have a son. A son that she cared for deeply and he ran away when he was 16. Meanwhile on the Mexican vacation, Mary Anne finds herself on the first night alone with Mr. Could Be Right.