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In the News (Wed 24 Jul 19)

  The Fish Bowl - Make Life More Liveable
ARTHUR AVENUE in the Bronx cultivates the image of ''Cucina Paradiso,'' complete with a booming soundtrack by Dean Martin at his sappiest.
While Arthur Avenue made its reputation on shops that have been in the same family for three and four generations, it has somehow mastered the art of celebrating tradition while keeping up with the trends.
Arthur Avenue's business is so steady that Biancardi's, just doors away from two other meat markets, has 14 butchers working on the display floor and more in the basement cutting up veal calves and baby lamb raised on upstate farms specifically for the store.
www.tenementcity.com /food/food_nyt020828.html   (2194 words)

 g a s t r o p o d a . c o m   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
There's the vegetable vendor in the ''Arthur Avenue since 1936'' jacket; the cheese and salami sellers who cannot let a passer-by pass by without insisting, ''Taste this!''; the grandmas in flowered aprons watching over their displays of basil and eggplant under boughs of hot peppers hung up to dry.
And that's because Arthur Avenue has never catered to fickle tourists, but to passionately loyal shoppers looking for mozzarella so fresh it oozes, for the supplest veal, for fettuccine cut to order, for sausages in a dozen variations.
Arthur Avenue does attract its share of tourists, many from the Bronx Zoo and the New York Botanical Garden, which were built by the immigrants who settled these streets in the Belmont section and which insulate them from rougher areas nearby.
www.gastropoda.com /stories/arthur.html   (1867 words)

 Prairie Avenue, Arthur Meeker, 1949
(1902-1971) grew up at 1815 Prairie Avenue, the son of the general manager of Armour and Co. who was deeply involved in Chicago business, politics, and society.
For Prairie Avenue, Meeker drew heavily on the stories he had heard and lived, providing detail that resulted, according to one critic, in such a faithful picture of the times as to be amazing.
The same critic hoped that the novel would remind its readers about Prairie Avenue, a site of Chicago history that he felt by 1949 had already been forgotten.
www.encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org /pages/10350.html   (132 words)

 Presidential Avenue: Chester Arthur
The son of Malvina Arthur and the Reverend William Arthur, a passionate abolitionist, young Chester and his family migrated from one Baptist parish to another in Vermont and New York.
Knowing that his condition was fatal, Arthur made little effort to seek nomination for a second term, although he did not oppose efforts by others on his behalf.
Arthur tried to resume the practice of law after leaving the presidency, but his ill health prevented him from doing much work.
www.presidentialavenue.com /ca.cfm   (593 words)

 ORDINANCE NO 13948   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
East Thirteenth Street, on the east side, from a point 75 feet south of Grandview Avenue to a point 60 feet south thereof, is designated a handicapped parking space and is subject to the same prohibitions as is found in subsection 114-616(a) of this chapter.
Arthur Avenue, on the south side, from a point 50 feet west of East Eleventh Street to a point 50 feet east of East Eleventh Street, no parking any time.
Arthur Avenue, on the north side, from a point 130 feet west of Farwell Road and any part of the cul-de-sac to Reynolds Lane, no parking any time.
www.ci.des-moines.ia.us /mayor_council/ordinanc/2001_ord/13948.htm   (1838 words)

 Welcome to Arthur Avenue.com
The Belmont Community is in the beautiful Bronx - near the Bronx Zoo, the New York Botanical Garden and Fordham University.
Triborough Bridge: Triborough Bridge to the Bruckner Expressway (I-278) to the Bronx River Parkway.
The second map is a detailed street map of Belmont "the Real Little Italy" section of the Bronx.
www.arthuravenue.com /Dispatch.jsp?screen=contactus   (534 words)

 The Food Maven - Arthur Schwartz
Arthur Avenue Specialties provides locally made artisinal products.
If you can’t make it to Arthur Avenue but still want the taste, you can now buy many of the foods from home via the internet.
Log on to this website for, for instance, great homemade mozzarella delivered to your door the day after it was made, well-made fresh egg pasta, cured meats such as dried sausages and fabulously funky pancetta with or without hot pepper, hard-to-find fresh meats such as baby lamb and goat, and much more.
www.thefoodmaven.com /diary/archives/00000251.html   (245 words)

 Lakewood Lore - Arthur Avenue residents
Arthur Avenue has held block parties since the `60s for that north section between Detroit and Hilliard, a strip evidenced by gracious living in large, mature homes under a verdant green canopy of towering, century-old pin oaks.
Anne who has a daughter Caryl and two grandchildren, recently compiled some of her Arthur memories into a five-page account that was distributed at the latest block party on Aug. 22.
Early Arthur Avenue homeowners urged the Lakewood school board to build the library at the head of their street.
www.lkwdpl.org /lore/lore188.htm   (916 words)

 Head Butler - Books
Arthur Avenue is in the Bronx, near Fordham University and the Zoo.
It's time travel to come to Arthur Avenue: waiters in tuxedos, valet parking and presents --- like “silver” bracelets --- for the kiddies.
Her book is essentially a profile of a small town in Southern Italy, where businesses stay in families and you look out for your neighbor and there's no better reason to get together than a meal.
www.headbutler.com /books/arthur_ave.asp   (558 words)

 Belmont-Arthur Avenue
The Belmont Arthur Avenue LDC, in conjunction with the New York City Public Development Corporation, has initiated a number of capital improvement projects that have enhanced the physical appearance and the commercial viability of the Belmont neighborhood.
This plaza, located at the corner of Crescent Avenue, Cambreleng Avenue and East 187th Street, was developed using a decorative paving pattern of granite, with an inscription honoring Bishop Pernicone's dedication to the Belmont community.
This plaza, located at East 186th Street between Arthur Avenue and Hughes Avenue, was designed to provide an open-air forum for the Enrico Fermi Cultural Center.
www.belmontarthurldc.com /community   (460 words)

 Sicilian Culture: News: Arthur Avenue: A Big Bite of Italy & Old New York
August 28, 2002 - - ARTHUR AVENUE in the Bronx cultivates the image of "Cucina Paradiso," complete with a booming soundtrack by Dean Martin at his sappiest.
A few sleepy blocks around the intersection of Arthur Avenue and East 187th Street support three butchers, two fishmongers, two stores devoted to cheese, two dedicated sausage makers, a fresh pasta shop, a coffee roaster, a well-stocked wine store, myriad delis and groceries and eight bakeries — four for bread, four for pastries.
Even though three new places — Aniello's Pizzeria, the Arthur Avenue Cafe and the Omaha Steakhouse — have opened in the last few months, the neighborhood is still more fascinating for its ingredients than for its cooking.
www.sicilianculture.com /news/2002-arthurave.htm   (1946 words)

 Saveur - Arthur Avenue Guide
From the Fordham Road station, walk five blocks along East Fordham Road to Arthur Avenue (or take Bus No. 12); the commercial area is three blocks to the south.
There is metered parking along Arthur Avenue and a public lot—Municipal Parking Belmont—directly across from Biancardi’s (2350 Arthur Avenue).
This dining room provides a few alternatives to the Arthur Avenue tradition of heavy portions doused in red sauce—for instance, there’s a good chicken Daniella, which is made with peppers, mushrooms, provolone, and mozzarella.
saveur.com /article.jsp?ID=4240&typeID=350   (422 words)

 The D Train to Cannoli Heaven - New York Times
That is, the ones on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx and on 18th Avenue in Brooklyn.
The Arthur Avenue Retail Market, opened by Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia in 1940, is home to the sandwich maestri at Mike’s Deli.
The 18th Avenue strip in the Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn is more spread out and less lively than Arthur Avenue, but you’ll find all the usual suspects: amazing bakeries (though Alba, the most legendary, has closed), restaurants like Gino’s Focacceria and markets like Trunzo Brothers.
travel2.nytimes.com /2006/09/03/travel/03weekend.html   (1140 words)

 Welcome To FIERI Manhattan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
A few sleepy blocks around the intersection of Arthur Avenue and East 187th Street support three butchers, two fishmongers, two stores devoted to cheese, two dedicated sausage makers, a fresh pasta shop, a coffee roaster, a well-stocked wine store, myriad delis and groceries and eight bakeries - four for bread, four for pastries.
Even though three new places - Aniello's Pizzeria, the Arthur Avenue Cafe and the Omaha Steakhouse - have opened in the last few months, the neighborhood is still more fascinating for its ingredients than for its cooking.
His philosophy, he said, was that if you give samples to 15 people, one will buy a sandwich (and, judging by the roasted vegetable one I later tried, be amply rewarded - it was big enough for two).
www.fierimanhattan.org /bulletinboard/arthurave   (2004 words)

 Bridges - The Michigan Avenue Bridge on the Chicago River - James Arthur - 9/187 - World Wide Panorama
The Michigan Avenue Bridge in Chicago, designated a Chicago landmark in 1991, is one of a series of many bridges along the Chicago River.
A panorama of the green river (with a high school band) can be seen here a little further down the river.
I have posted a slide show of buildings along the Chicago River seen from vantage of the river cruise boat, a panorama looking back at the Michigan Avenue Bridge from another bridge down the river, and a panorama of the water cannon close up at night.
geoimages.berkeley.edu /wwp904/html/JimArthur.html   (596 words)

 NYU Livewire | New York’s Other Little Italy
Even in the throes of a blizzard, Arthur Avenue, a 45-minute subway ride to the north, can be warm, earthy and genuinely welcoming.
Across the avenue, even the famous communal tables at Dominick’s are empty, since the restaurant has closed early in anticipation of the snow.
The market is the warmest thing on Arthur Avenue today, though, now that the storm has paved over the sidewalk with an inch of snow.
journalism.nyu.edu /pubzone/livewire/200508/new_yorks_other   (970 words)

 The Arthur Avenue Cookbook: Recipes and Memories from the Real Little Italy by Ann Volkwein
Arthur Avenue winds its way through the heart of the Bronx.
Now, for the first time, the residents of Arthur Avenue invite you to experience the magic of their kitchens and share the flavors of their family tables.
The Arthur Avenue Cookbook also invites you to savor the memories of the neighborhood's most colorful residents, restaurateurs, and shop owners, and those of their families -- many of whom have lived in the neighborhood since it first came into being.
www.harpercollins.com /book/index.aspx?isbn=9780060567156   (611 words)

 Thorup . . . Photographs of Port Arthur, Texas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
In 1995, the city of Port Arthur was formed when railroad magnet Arthur Stilwell chose the site in a dream, as the southern terminus of his Kansas City, Pittsburgh and Gulf Railroad.
The drama of Dragon dancers moving in a dramatic struggle agains evil, and the ritual rice harvest promenade struggle against evil, and the ritual rice harvest promenade follow drum and gong signals of awakening by temple priests.
Return to Houston Avenue, turn left, travel 9 blocks to the intersection of Thomas Boulevard and Houston Avenue.
thorup.com /thingstodo.html   (1999 words)

We'd look for fish jumping in the Bronx River, smell the Wild Lilacs and enjoy their beauty when they were in season, and look at the Skunk Cabbages growing fat and happy behind the fence around the Bronx Zoo.
Although the Atturas had only lived in that neighborhood for a little more than a year, when Giuseppe died, his funeral procession through the streets of the Arthur Avenue neighborhood was well attended.
I will always remember these trips to Arthur Avenue with Nonna as some of the most special, the most memorable and the most sacred times of my life.
www.bronxace.homestead.com /ArthurAvenueWithNonna.html   (3498 words)

 Amazon.com: The Arthur Avenue Cookbook: Recipes and Memories from the Real Little Italy: Books: Ann Volkwein   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
It is also a beautifully designed book that captures the flavor and history of Arthur Avenue.
The Arthur Avenue Market is a rare treasure that you don't see anymore with the "Mc Donaldization" of society and all the chain stores and eateries that overrun most of the mom and pop establishments.
For me taste is everything, so if I have to take a little more time and dirty a few more pots, it's worth it to have that truly geniune Arthur Avenue taste.
www.amazon.com /Arthur-Avenue-Cookbook-Recipes-Memories/dp/0060567155   (2484 words)

 Arthur Avenue Cookbook by Volkwein, Ann - Cooking.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
In this beautiful book, food and lifestyle expert Ann Volkwein takes the reader on a tour of Arthur Avenue, in the heart of the Bronx's most celebrated Italian-American community.
Today, Arthur Avenue is one of New York's most cherished ethnic neighborhoods, with culinary and cultural delights waiting to be discovered.
I used to shop on Arthur Avenue years ago before moving out of state...
www.cooking.com /products/shprodde.asp?SKU=268183   (449 words)

 Lenox Avenue Breakdown - Arthur Blythe - Similar Albums
Given the urban title of alto saxophonist Arthur Blythe's debut Columbia album, it's quite a shock when he and his red-hot band of collaborators that include James Blood Ulmer on guitar, Bob Stewart on tuba, flutist James Newton, bassist Cecil McBee, and Jack DeJohnette open with the decidedly...
He states the melody, handing off the harmonics to Ulmer and Newton and then flies high into the face of its chosen changes, allowing the beat to change under him several times before bringing back a theme and letting Ulmer solo.
Over 20 years later, Lenox Avenue Breakdown still sounds new and different and ranks among the three finest albums in his catalog.
www.mp3.com /albums/103481/similar.html   (617 words)

 Arthur Avenue in Bronx, NY
Arthur Avenue in Bronx, NY Skip to Content.
The bread sold at Terranova Bakery (691 E 187th St, phone 718/733-3827) is a feast in itself.
Get a pound, put it in the car, and no matter how long it takes you to get home, that fresh-ground coffee smell will be overwhelming.
www.superpages.com /cities/mtg/92163   (581 words)

 The Good Cook Book Club
The Arthur Avenue Cookbook will enable you to bring the tastes of a fascinating neighborhood into your home.
Arthur Avenue is a delight to visit, and I recommend this book to those who would like a sort of social history as well as simple home recipes from real New Yorker Italians...
The foregoing is excerpted from The Arthur Avenue Cookbook by Ann Volkwein.
www.thegoodcook.com /full_site_enrollment/detail/fse_product_detail.jhtml?repositoryId=155069B109   (898 words)

 Prince Arthur - 38 Avenue Road, Condo - Yorkville
Prince Arthur (38 Avenue Road) is luxurious condo built by Minto Corporation.
The Prince Aurthur Condominium (38 Avenue Road) has one, two, two + den, and three suites, sizes from 1150 sq.ft to 4000 sq.ft.
If you are interested in Buying, Selling, or Renting any suites in 38 Avenue Road building or what to know what is listed, please feel free to call me or send an email.
www.downtownrealty.ca /BLDG/38-avenue-road.htm   (205 words)

 eG Forums -> Arthur Avenue Sausage Tasting
Yesterday, being one of the first truly warm spring days, we decided to hit Arthur Avenue and pick up some sausage to grill.
We went to the meat stall next to Mike's Deli (inside the Arthur Avenue Retail Market) for the sausage.
Even on Sunday we were able to get into Dominick's 2335 Arthur Avenue, and also a bakery called Madonia (2348 Arthur Avenue) where my girlfriend got great breads with fennel and walnuts as well as some delicious scones.
forums.egullet.org /index.php?showtopic=5928   (1311 words)

 village voice > nyclife > Edible kidneys and brains on Arthur Avenue by Robert Sietsema
Now that the Times has finally discovered that many Arthur Avenue Italian restaurants are being run by Albanians, the real story is that restaurateurs are coming out of the closet.
Just across the street is Arthur Avenue's longest-running Albanian, the All Star Café & Restaurant, which took an odd turn last year when it was bought by a pair of Swedish dames, who soon imparted a Scandinavian spin to the menu.
But residents of the neighborhoods surrounding Arthur Avenue will identify it differently: chorizo.
www.villagevoice.com /nyclife/0139,sietsema,28442,19.html   (774 words)

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