The show aired for nine seasons and took place in New York City. Original episodes of the show last aired in 1998 but it’s set to make a return of sorts to the city this fall. Continue reading NYC Is Getting The Seinfeld Experience In The Fall
In less than a week (June 25th) it will be Anthony Bourdain Day (#BourdainDay).
The day was created by Bourdain’s friends (world-famous chefs Eric Ripert and Jose Andres) as a way to memorialize his life. Continue reading Anthony Bourdain Scholarship Being Started By Culinary Institute of America
A couple of weeks after the tragic death of Anthony Bourdain a bill was proposed in New Jersey to create a Bourdain Food Trail.
On June 13 the Anthony Bourdain Food Trail debuted at Hiram’s Roadstand in Fort Lee, NJ. Continue reading New Jersey’s Anthony Bourdain Food Trail Officially Debuts
A US military fighter jet crashed into a building in California yesterday.
The plane crashed “into a commercial building at March Air Reserve Base in Moreno Valley, California“, according to CBS News. Continue reading Fighter Jet Crashed Into Building In California, Pilot Ejected
Ikea stores are so massive that it’s easy to get lost inside. I know when we visit Ikea, Kim and I often have a difficult time finding the way to the exit!
When visiting Ikea, Lucas loves getting his 30 minutes of time at Smaland, the free, supervised play area. (Yes, I had to look up the exact name of the area.) From time to time, we also enjoy dining at the store’s restaurant. Continue reading Ikea Smaller City Center Store Concept Opens In NYC In April
Last week, Kim and I went up to Lucas’s new school for Open School Night.
Lucas started first grade in the Gift & Talented program at his school. The program comes with a lot of work and learning both in school and at home thanks to lots of homework!
After arriving at our scheduled time, we still had to wait around 10 minutes before going in to talk to his teacher. Continue reading Super Proud Dad Moment Inspired By Shake Shack!
Netflix makes lots of people happy by offering excellent original programming and some solid movie options. However, the streaming service just managed to piss off the country of Jordan. Continue reading Netflix Pisses Jordanians Off, Filmed Amman Street As Israel
Back in May former MLB star and New York Mets player Lenny Dykstra was arrested for an incident during an Uber ride.
Over the summer I wrote how the final season of Anthony Bourdain Part’s Unknown would air this fall. The show will debut this Sunday, September 23 so make sure to tune in to CNN to check it out.
After the chef, author and globetrotting TV star tragically passed away, a bill was proposed for an Anthony Bourdain Food Trail in New Jersey.
Curbed reports that Anthony Bourdain’s apartment is for sale. Continue reading NYC Apartment of World Traveler & Chef Anthony Bourdain Is For Sale
When Anthony Bourdain tragically passed away, there was lots of people wondering what would happen to footage shot for another season. It turns out that CNN will air the final season of Parts Unknown, although the format will be slightly different.
Tributes for the TV host, author, chef and traveler came in the form of a tour to Vietnam being named after him as well as a food trail in New Jersey. Continue reading On October 1 Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown Leaves Netflix