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The line for the Carnegie Deli in Manhattan, where you could get a corned beef on rye as big as your head before it closed, was too long, the wait sure to make my son, Reed, and me late for the Broadway matinee we intended to attend. So, we hoofed it across 7th Avenue to another deli. The greeter asked if a party of two would share a table and we quickly agreed. My teenage son and I sat down with a mom and her teenaged daughter. We squirmed with the newness of the experience as the waiter took our order. The mom started the small talk. “Where are you from. ” she asked. “Tennessee,” I said. They were from deep-blue, incredibly wealthy, extremely “evolved” Connecticut. “What part of Tennessee. ” she said. “Near Knoxville,” I said. “Are you in school. ” she asked Reed. “Yes,” he said. “I go to Pigeon Forge High School. ” I waited for a smug, snooty sneer of elitism as she sanctimoniously judged the bumpkins before her. “Pigeon Forge. ” she said “Pigeon Forge. Why, that is one of my favorite places on Earth. I’m a tour guide and we bring groups down every autumn. They love, love, love the place. The crafts. The shopping. The mountains. The people. We love Pigeon Forge. AARP loves Pigeon Forge, too. AARP said Pigeon Forge is the best small town in Tennessee, according to a News Sentinel column earlier this week by Ina Hughs. Hughs vehemently and — according to a teacher, an attorney and at least one opinion columnist who heard from the outraged barrister and the irate educator — insultingly disagreed. As I read Hughs’ hit job, I thought of the woman in New York. I thought of the American guy I met in Sicily whose family loved Sevier County so much, particularly Gatlinburg, they named their son “Gatlin. ” I thought of my friend, a corporate executive from Chicago, who visited Pigeon Forge, singing its praises until almost his entire upscale neighborhood came. I thought of the 10 million guests who come year after year after year to ride rides, see shows, shop, play, laugh and eat, often in restaurants with newfangled cutlery. I thought of the plumbers, professionals, professors and people from all walks who loved Pigeon Forge and Sevier County so much when visiting, they retired here, drawn by the mountains, kept by community. I thought of Pigeon Forge’s beautiful greenway beside the river, the library, the city park, the faith communities one cannot see from a car, much less in a magazine. Source: www.knoxnews.com
He then brings it crashing down onto the fruit. But, perhaps predictably, he misses the melon – and shatters the table instead. "That's exactly what I thought was going to happen," a woman quips off camera. It's not exactly clear when or where the video was taken. But it was uploaded to YouTube by user Kirstin C. on Saturday. "He is completely sober," she wrote in the caption. It's since been seen more than 1. 4 million times. Follow on Twitter @lee_moran. ON A MOBILE DEVICE. WATCH THE VIDEO HERE. Source: www.nydailynews.com
The biggest city in Canada has long had its own bustling art communities, but in the past few years a crop of crossover stars has left stateside music lovers craning their necks north. We spoke to a couple of Toronto natives to figure out where exactly the sounds were happening, and got a shortlist of venues, restaurants and shops that should be on your itinerary next time you cross the boarder. One pro tip: go while it's still warm out. "There’s this place called 416 Snack Bar. The inside is really dim. There’s a no cutlery rule—there’s no knifes, no forks, everything is those small plates that you order and you eat everything with your hands. Action Bronson said it’s the best reuben that he’s ever had. I actually just had it last night. They used to have resident DJs. Last night they had Dom Kennedy on for a little bit, his tapes. Other times it’ll be a DJ or a mix you haven’t heard before. It’s the kind of place where you’d walk in and they’d be playing Reasonable Doubt. Stuff that isn’t really happening [anywhere else] right now. " — Jackie Beale, photographer. June Records is in Little Italy. I really love it because it's right near my house. It's really friendly. There's a lot of good record stores in the city, but it's really well curated and it doesn't lean any one way. You'll find heavy psych records there, or original Pink Floyd pressings, or Grace Jones, Alice Coltrane, Glenn Branca, Steve Reich—anything that a heavy record collector would find, you will find there. But it's so well curated you don't really have to dig at all. It looks like a Stanley Kubrick movie in a way. It's somewhat space-aged, it's all white. Everything's really clean and sleek, which is nice: you don't get a lot of dust on your fingers. — Shehzaad Jiwani , lead singer of Greys. The Drake is owned by this former technology guy who sold his company for a shitload. He was just a culture head. he wanted to get into culture and music. It’s a big hotel-slash-bar, with a small venue for about 150 people. It’s a big old building. they have beautiful, very curated rooms up top. The music varies—I’ve thrown tons of shows there. Leon Bridges was just there a couple weeks ago. They can do 150 people just through word of mouth, so it’s a real safe bet for the promoter. — David Harris , principal at Shed Creative Agency. The Horseshoe has had everyone from the Foo Fighters to. Source: www.thefader.com
Skip Lievsay is one of the most talented men in Hollywood. He has created audioscapes for Martin Scorsese and is the only sound man the Coen brothers go to. But the key to this work is more than clever effects, it is understanding the human mind.
Great Lakes Lighter Club President Bill Kolk displays just some of his large collection of Zippo Manufacturing Co. lighters and memorabilia at the group's swap meet Friday. Area residents are welcome to join dozens of vendors at the Masonic Lodge on
I thought of the American guy I met in Sicily whose family loved Sevier County so much, particularly Gatlinburg, they named their son “Gatlin.” I thought of my friend, a corporate executive from Chicago, who visited Pigeon Forge, singing its praises
Nothing you say to defend him will change the fact that this guy invited the literal entire kingdom to his crib in an effort to get laid. And like most fuckboys, Plus, you just know he's getting forking half the cutlery on the side. Literally the
This guy didn't use his melon. A man with an oversized sword at a backyard party attempted to use the Conan-inspired cutlery to slice a watermelon. The fruit was sitting on a cutting board – on a glass table. In a hilarious video uploaded to YouTube
oh look at him, that rich guy who can afford metal cutlery 07/21/17, @PatrickDearden
This guy came up with a fantastically #creative way to reduce plastic! #eco https://t.co/QMRxjN9Fc7 07/20/17, @CreativeFlowTV
RT @BhoszxHoseok: JIN USED TO STEAL THEIR MEAT, CUTLERY AND POTS FROM HIS HOME TO HELP COOK FOR BTS LMAO THIS GUY IS AN INTELLECTUAL 07/19/17, @Hatchi_Malik
RT @BhoszxHoseok: JIN USED TO STEAL THEIR MEAT, CUTLERY AND POTS FROM HIS HOME TO HELP COOK FOR BTS LMAO THIS GUY IS AN INTELLECTUAL 07/19/17, @badsquishytae
RT @BhoszxHoseok: JIN USED TO STEAL THEIR MEAT, CUTLERY AND POTS FROM HIS HOME TO HELP COOK FOR BTS LMAO THIS GUY IS AN INTELLECTUAL 07/19/17, @infirestae_