Toni Morrison passed away this past week at the age of 88. The first African-American woman to win the Nobel Prize in literature, she was considered one of the great American authors and her work was pivotal in the depiction of black women’s lives.
Amanda Saviñón and Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor sit down and discuss Turning Pages: My Life Story, the Justice’s new children’s book, self-care as a judge in the highest court, and the natural fear and doubt that never go away.
is the foodie arm of Loyal Nana which introduces, reviews, and geeks over some of the most exclusive, expensive, best, worst, oldest, strangest, and newest restaurants around the world with a focus on New York City.
…Fast-forward more than 20 years and that instant kinship has turned into a long-running partnership, one that has blossomed into – at various points in time – a cleaning business, a catering business, and five different restaurants.