“People don’t come here to see and be seen,” said the Siena, Italy born Silvestri, its owner since 1980. “They come here to have good food and a bottle of wine for reasonable money.” Indeed, to step inside Bruna’s is to time travel to bygone days: big plates, oil paintings hung in muted lighting and eager owners ready to proclaim “best in the city!” to just about every dish offered. As with all restaurants of the ilk, there’s little in the way of menu turnover.
Newlyweds deal with double diagnosis of rare cancerThe newlywed couple can only describe it as “the worst luck ever.”Luke and Lindsey Belding are coming to terms with each receiving a rare leukemia diagnosis, completely unrelated to each other.”Next to impossible,” said Lindsey Belding, describingthe odds from her hospital bed in Winnipeg s Centre.”We had friends try to run numbers, the doctors have tried to put it into words, but there really no way to put a number to it just because it so rare that two people would wind up with the same exact cancer.”Luke Belding was born and raised in Sussex, southern New Brunswick. Luke wouldpursuehis PhD studying climate change effects on sturgeon. “They said, waspretty rarefor someone like you to get this.
But the Jewish leaders rejected His claims and through much manipulation of the political system and through the Roman judicial courts had Him killed. Just three days after His death, reports rolled in of His resurrection. Eyewitness accounts became numerous, and His devoted followers became bold in their teachings and more and more followers appeared in the surrounding countries.
I can agree with that. I don mind showcasing random props but that isn what made this sub so special a long time ago. There were rarely any posts on the sub but each one would either come close or make it to r/all every time. Perhaps, some have speculated, Withrow had simply been rendered gun shy by an earlier controversy involving the use of $100,000 (Canadian) of public money to buy a Henry Moore sculpture for Toronto’s new city hall. Whatever the reason, the same week as Withrow’s announcement saw 50 or so students and teachers from a nearby high school mount a lighthearted protest march to the gallery, carrying a two metre high plywood ketchup bottle they’d made for installation alongside Floor Burger. “Give Oldenburger the works,” read one placard.
This suggests two things. First, the Bergers probably were in a temporary living situation and had only recently moved to Brooklyn. Second, there existed some sort of pre existing relationship or connection between the Bergers and the Abrahams which resulted in Anthony Berger leasing space at 285 Fulton St.