On Atlanta Eats this week we start things off at Goldberg's in Buckhead making bagels and noshing on some of the best deli in the city. We head to Westside t...
Pizza Delivery Guy Once Received Kitten As A Tip, Still Has It 17 Years Later
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An Engineer Explains Why You Should Always Order the Larger Pizza
Most of us tend to order a pizza based on the amount we plan to eat—and there's nothing wrong with that—but if you're trying to make your dollar stretch as far as it can, your best bet is to just order the biggest one you can buy. Why? The increase in size to cost always comes out in your favor. Here's why.
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Portrait Of An Artist: Robert Sarnoff
Given the vibrancy of Rockaway's artistic community, we figured that the cover of The Rockaway Summer Guide should feature the work of a local artist. "Monument for Fish" by Carolin Wood, which graced our June Summer Guide created quite the buzz. We received even more entries this time, even dozens from artists outside Rockaway, but in keeping with the spirit of celebrating local artwork, we took a page from our storied past by selecting "Lovers" by former Wave editorial cartoonist Robert Sarnoff. A longtime resident, Sarnoff is also an award-winning writer, illustrator, and filmmaker. The Wave: How would you describe your art? Robert Sarnoff: My art is meant to be whimsical with humorous tinges. I often…
Shooting Sports Safety Tips: What to Do if Your Gun Fails to Fire
Today's shooting sports safety tip is to always remember if your gun fails to fire when the trigger is pulled, you must handle with care!
Transactions: Who’s paying how much for what
Publish Date: March 02, 2017 • Store Capital acquired a portfolio of 14 net-leased Wing House stores in central Florida, totaling 89,300 square feet, from an undisclosed seller for approximately $28 million • Los Angeles–based Decron Properties sold Flamingo Maryland Shopping Center, a Target-anchored retail center near the Las Vegas Strip, to an undisclosed buyer for $17.5 million • Village Greens SC, LLC, bought the 44,600-square-foot Village Greens of Annapolis (Md.) from Basin Investments for $15.6 million. Tenants there include Capital One, Celebree Learning Center and CVS. • Monopoly Acquisitions sold three neighborhood shopping centers near Kansas City, totaling some 220,000 square feet, to 1340 East 9th Street Realty Corp., of Brooklyn, N.Y., for $4.9 million.…
What Your Bagel Says About You [Infographic]
Take the Bagel Personality Test Here at Jack's Bistro and Famous Bagels, we often get asked, "What is the best bagel?" Our though is that everybody is unique and has their own preferences and tastes when it comes to the type of bagel they crave when waking in the morning. So we
Stop Calling That Juicy Steak ‘Bloody’
You can be forgiven if you think that the pinkish liquid that makes a rare steak “juicy” is blood. We tend to call a rare steak “bloody,” after all, so it’s not exactly a stretch to think that the red liquid that drips out of your steak when you cut into it is blood.
The Gift Is Love Celebrates 30th Anniversary
When customers walk into The Gift Is Love they are welcomed by a friendly staff who are helpful in guiding patrons towards finding the perfect gift for that special someone. Denise Diehm, owner of the successful gift shop on Beach 116th Street and her staff know their merchandise well and take time to get to know their customers too. Diehm attributes the store's success toward her family and friends who have supported her throughout the years and mentions that, "when you own a small business, it's a family affair… and I have been blessed with an amazing, loving, supportive family...and then there are the lovely ladies, who have worked side-by-side with me and [they] are the reason I am still around." In addition, Diehm is a firm believer that the store has continued…