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Eat. Drink. Paint. Repeat.

By Adrian Bauza -

While the space is reminiscent of a fancy New York City loft-bar, there is something distinctly Binghamton about the place. Looking out of the window while surrounded by warm lights and art gives you a different view of upstate New York.

Local Target misses bullseye with new fashion line

By Meryl Fontek -

The assortment was a letdown, to say the least. There was an empire drop-waist, animal-print dress hanging loosely on a hanger. The material had a yellow sheen to it and the shape of the dress very closely resembled a woman attempting to conceal a baby bump.

BU alum kills it at reading event

By Rich Kersting -

“Be fearless in what you have to say, and read everything,” Pashley said. “Popular books, trashy books, it doesn’t matter. You have to pull from many different places to find out what you need.”

iOS 8 sacrifices simplicity for usability

By Rich Kersting -

The new predictive keyboard was Apple’s attempt to deliver a “smarter keyboard,” but it’s an Android knockoff with a crowded mess of numbers and letters.

Restaurant week Fall 2014: Binghamton Hots

By Rich Kersting -

To begin, you’re entitled to an appetizer of golden squash and corn soup with white beans, apple walnut salad or turkey chili.

Restaurant week Fall 2014: Cortese

By Kayla Harris -

For Restaurant Week, my personal favorite is the Parmesan Sampler, which includes chicken, eggplant and pasta all smothered in delicious red sauce and tons of cheese, because everything is better when it’s covered in cheese.

Restaurant week Fall 2014: House of Reardon

By Evy Pitt-Stoller -

House of Reardon is one of a kind in its customer service; all of the employees are on a mission to make their customers feel at home and have a great time.

Restaurant week Fall 2014: Social on State

By Erin Rosenblum -

It’s the unexpected details and unique ingredient combinations in classic dishes that makes Social a worthwhile spot to choose this Restaurant Week.