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Once upon a time, my father had a business partner. I don’t remember his name, but he was a big, bluff Russian who used to come over the house and make gallons of cabbage soup. 767 more words


Jessie Nathans: Rubric to Make an Art Rubric

Jessie Nathans, a teacher, designer, and MAEA Researcher, creates organization within the at times dizzying language of assessment through her diagram of rubric making.

Photo credit: Susan Ren, BMore Art

2014 Demo Studio

Photo of the Day: Hello Kitty and Honey Bear at Nathan's Famous

Nothing beats taking a break from trudging though the snow and cleaning up after burst water pipes like dawdling over photos from the last days of summer. 130 more words

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Street Sign Returns to Schweikerts Walk, Original Site of Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest

What’s missing from the above photo of Nathan’s taken last November? The street sign for Schweikerts Walk, the alley where Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest was originally held. 422 more words


Photo Album: Coney Island's First Hours of the Blizzard of 2015 by John Huntington

When Brooklyn photographer John Huntington took the subway to Coney Island at the start of the “Blizzard of 2015,” it was just before dusk and he had a subway car all to himself. 486 more words

Coney Island

Restaurant Review: Nathan's Soup & Salad (Henrietta, NY)


Nathan’s Soup & Salad has been a popular Rochester, NY eatery since 1980. Known for their extensive offerings of over 40 varieties of homemade soups, salads and fresh-baked breads and rolls, Nathan’s is the place to go for a satisfying lunch year round. 2,547 more words

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Billy and Me - New Year's Eve - 1959

New Year’s Eve, 1959. It was a mild winter evening in Brooklyn that year. A good night to be in Times Square…not that we were there. 1,054 more words