Five films to see at Documentary Edge Festival
As The Ground We Won recently emphasised emphatically, watching a documentary inside a theatre can generate emotions unlike any other cinematic experience. Which is why its so exciting that this year's Documentary Edge Festival is bursting at the seams with all manner of bountiful non-fiction offerings.
Boeufhaus steaks a claim in Ukrainian Village
I'm certain that no matter how you feel about the food at Ukrainian Village's Boeufhaus you'll find it hard to resist repeatedly blurting out to your friends, family, and pets the satisfying portmanteau of the French word for "beef" and the German for "house." Truthfully, I'm certain I know how you'll feel about the food too.
Carnegie Deli Still Closed One Month After Investigators Discovered Illegal Gas Hook-Up
One month after being shut down over an illegal gas connection, Carnegie Deli is still closed . As of now, according to Department of Buildings records , the violations that the pastrami institution was charged with back in April - primarily for an "illegal gas valve" installed in the basement - are still pending a hearing with the city.
How Langer's Iconic Pastrami Brings LA's Past to the Present
Norm Langer's world keeps changing. His father Al passed away in 2007, just weeks after the two men celebrated the 60th anniversary of their family business, the Los Angeles delicatessen whose name is synonymous with LA history: Langer's .
Irvington woman arrested in theft of $300 charity jar from Bloomfield deli
BLOOMFIELD - Police arrested an Irvington woman today in connection with the theft of a charity jar containing $300 meant for children suffering from a rare neurological disorder. Bloomfield Police Director Samuel DeMaio said a pair of anonymous tips led police to 48-year-old Laura Grune, who was caught on surveillance camera lifting the jar from the Hot Bagels Abroad & Deli on Broad Street on May 17. The jar was intended to help sufferers of RETT syndrome - a rare postnatal disorder that affects the gray matter of the brain.
Could Katz's Serve Cocktails? Plus, the Sussmans Find a Home for Samesa on Orchard
Diners struggling to finish an entire pastrami sandwich at Katz's Deli can already wash their meal down with a beer, but it looks like Katz's young gun owner Jake Dell , is hoping harder stuff to the offerings at the deli icon. Katz's appears on next month's Community Board 3 docket , applying for an upgrade to a full beer, wine, and liquor license.
Could the closing of Van Nuys landmark Solleya s signal the death of the deli?
Delicatessens, with their cavernous dining rooms, trademark counters and menus full of comfort food, are grappling with a shrinking and aging fan base, a trend that will be punctuated by a popular Van Nuys eatery's loss next month. Solley's Restaurant & Deli, a fixture in Van Nuys for 50 years, will take its last orders June 6 for its signature matzo-ball soup, bagels and lox, and pastrami sandwiches.
Washington, DC, is famous for many things, but it's never been known for its great delicatessens. This is what makes K's New York Deli (formerly called Krupin's) a true city treasure -- it's the kind of authentic deli you're used to coming across in New York, complete with high-piled sandwiches and countermen with attitude. This Tenleytown spot has creamy chicken soup, airy matzo balls and platters of smoked fish shipped in from Brooklyn. Sandwich-wise, classics like chopped chicken liver or corned beef on rye are good bets. If you've got a big appetite -- and a friend with a big appetite -- share the beef-in-the-pot, a casserole that produces two bowls of chicken broth, two matzo balls and a slab of tender boiled beef. The food is reliably good, but it's the relaxed neighborhood feel of the place that keeps regulars coming back for more
4620 Wisconsin Ave NW Washington, DC