A golem brought to life and a jinni meet in turn of the century New York City
The book paints a portrait of young Sylvia Plath during a stressful, eventful and emotional summer of her life.
It's not always smooth sailing for the city pedestrian, what with dogs, children, and Oprah.
The problem with the ban from the beginning is that it made no sense.
To free his sister from an organization that prostitutes her, Gabriel must win $10 million in street fights.
Lucking Out is a sometimes brilliant and sometimes disappointing memoir of New York in the '70s by critic James Wolcott.
So this Thanksgiving is the start of something: a holiday season unlike any other here in New York since 9/11.
I had heard horror stories of gasoline attendants barking orders at customers, no doubt enjoying their unexpected and new found power.
Island of Vice is a colorful, rollicking account of Theodore's fight with New York City vice in the 1890s.
For now the sight of long lines at the gas pumps only adds to our frustration and anger with our utilities, the government, and the oil industry.