He loves it so much he got a tattoo of it on his left forearm, using the New York Magazine font. Continue reading
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Eight years ago, Sharif El-Gamal was just another ambitious striver from Brooklyn, casting about for career leads and dreaming of a grander future in real estate.
A handful of modest deals later, he’s sitting on one of the most politically charged projects in recent city history: a plan to build a 13-story Islamic cultural center, health club and mosque 300 yards from the World Trade Center memorial.
This week’s New York Magazine featured restaurants the top chefs frequent in their neighborhood and Harlemite Marcus Samuelsson also included his favorites. Kitchenette (at 123rd and Amsterdam) received best brunch honors for their pancakes, Settepani (Lenox and 120th) was a cafe selection along with Les Ambassades (FDB/8th Avenue and 118th Street). East Harlem’s El Aguila (116th and Lexington) received a thumbs up for their pork tacos. Continue reading
We thought you might be interested in the new New York Magazine cover with Mr. Spitzer. We added the first page from the magazines website for you to read… Continue reading