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Grub Street

London street; home of indigent writers. [Br. Hist.: Brewer Note-Book, 394]
See: Poverty
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Ready yourself for Grub Street's selection of comfort food, assorted rice burgers from Hans Rice Burger, Tatang's famous lechon, hotdogs from Craft Dawgs, My Lunch Box's grilled goodies, Mac n' cheese delectables from Little Chef, dishes from Krish's Kitchen, and samosas from Marrakech Indian and Moroccan Street Flavors.
I read Food52, Brooklyn Munch, Grub Street, The Gurgling Cod, Parla Food, Maureen Fant and Elizabeth Minchilli in Rome.
The mashup of a croissant and doughnut was written up and photographed by food blog Grub Street. It quickly spread online and beyond.
She then worked in antiques and art consultancy in London, Paris and the Middle East for 20 years before publishing her first cookbook in 1994, Lebanese Cuisine (Grub Street), which was shortlisted for the Andre Simon book awards.
Grub Street's 'Grub Street Diet' feature, in which celebrities of all stripes share a week-long diary chronicling all the things they've eaten and the dining establishments they've patronized, is consistently compelling because each entry is guaranteed to prove one of two things: that a person is way more interesting than you've ever given them credit for, or that a person eatsand therefore isexactly what you expected.
Caroline Shin is a native New Yorker and multimedia journalist whose work has appeared in "New York" magazine (Vulture, The Cut, Grub Street, Daily Intelligencer and iPad-version), NY1 and CNN.com.
Publishing services companies such as Bowker, the Alliance of Independent Authors, Grub Street, Author Marketing Experts and the CUNY Publishing Certificate Program, as well as other author organisations, are also collaborating with Vook to provide their members access to the data tracking solution.
New York Media, which publishes New York magazine as well as the digital properties nymag.com, Vulture, The Cut and Grub Street, will continue to occupy the entire fourth floor at One Hudson Square, which is located at 75 Varick Street between Watts and Canal streets.
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The selections are organized chronologically into 15 sections: Sauk Center 1885-1903, New Haven and New Jersey 1903-8, Bohemia 1908-19, Main Street 1919-21, Zenith 1921-22, Hartford and England 1922-25; Paris 1925, Katonah 1925-26, Kansas City to Berlin 1926-27, At Large 1928-30, Stockholm 1930-31, Grub Street 1932-39, The Slough of Despond 1939-45, Thorvale Farm 1946-49, and World So Wide 1949-51.
The book begins with 'grub street' journalism and the rights of authors to publish their work (or not), problems of piracy and all-too familiar debates on how far a journalist can go 'in the public interest'.