WE have a saying here in the LICtalk newsroom: if you don’t have a scoop there’s always real estate. So let’s talk, and as the verb ‘talk’ implies we don’t really have anything intuitive to share, or maybe we do?[Read more…] about LIC Real Estate: Glass Half Full Or Half Empty?
SCHOOL started last week and it’s always interesting here in LIC to see who has remained and who has departed over the summer. This year’s decampment is especially noteworthy given the pandemic and how it may have altered attitudes, as well as the lengthy gap since school was attended regularly.[Read more…] about Revisiting The Recent News On Long Island City
Meju (메주) is a brick of dried fermented soybeans. While not consumed on its own, it serves as the basis of several Korean condiments, such as doenjang (soybean paste), ganjang (soy sauce), and gochujang (chili paste).
A new Korean market and restaurant called Little Banchan Shop and Meju respectively are coming to 5-28 49th Avenue in Hunters Point, formerly the home of Mini Play Land. It will be helmed by Hooni Kim and his wife Catharine.[Read more…] about ‘Meju’ Market & Restaurant By Michelin Chef Coming To LIC
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GREAT title Editor, snore. Yeah that’s the sentiment as we sleepwalk from Aug to Sept during the dog days of the ‘unofficial’ last week of summer. Which this year is really “unofficial” due to the first day of NYC public schools not occurring next week, which is unprecedented. Capisce?!?[Read more…] about September Arrives In Long Island City