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Future Roberta's Owner Tisch Plans Management Overhaul, Community Board Says – Eater NY

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016:

Michael Tisch, member of the eponymous billionaire family, told a public community board that when his company Chorus Hospitality takes over Roberta’s, the restaurant’s ownership and management will be completely overhauled — with only chef and co-owner Carlo Mirarchi remaining, members of the board tell Eater. Brandon Hoy, a co-founder and co-owner, will be leaving when the deal closes, a restaurant spokesman confirms. As Eater previously reported, Tisch, along with Meatpacking District nightlife veteran Ben Grieff, has a deal in the works to invest in Bushwick pizzeria Roberta’s through their new company Chorus Hospitality. The impending change pushed at least 20 […] Read More →

Prominent Pro-Life Attorney David French Recruited as Conservative Alternative to Donald Trump –

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016:

The conservative leaders of the #NeverTrump movement are reportedly trying to recruit pro-life attorney David French as a conservative alternative to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Bloomberg Politics reported that Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol and others are eyeing David French, a constitutional lawyer and veteran, to run for president. French is an Iraq War veteran and a staff writer at the National Review and a Harvard law graduate. He is a pro-life advocate who has frequently spoken before pro-life groups like Students for Life of America. Reached in Israel late Tuesday afternoon, Kristol declined to comment on his […] Read More →

Critic's Notebook: Spoleto Festival Premieres Follow Somber Reflection

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016:

Photo Isabelle Poulenard, foreground, with Robert Getchell and Maïlys de Villoutreys in “La Double Coquette,” in Charleston, S.C. Credit William Struhs CHARLESTON, S.C. — Through its 40 years, the Spoleto Festival USA has always been closely entwined with the life of the city that hosts it, be it through hurricane or political tempest. Shortly after the festival ended last year, on June 17, a gunman killed nine parishioners of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, including its pastor. On Friday, the new pastor, the Rev. Dr. Betty Deas Clark, gave a stirring invocation at Spoleto’s opening ceremony. And the festival has […] Read More →

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