“What’s this I’ve just eaten?” one of my friends asked the young waiter, pointing to the shards of a pastry turnover becalmed on the remains of a mysterious sauce.
“Ghujjia,” he replied promptly.
“You aren’t from India, are you?” my friend asked.
“Are there any Indian restaurants in Moscow?”
When the process server finally came to serve an eviction notice on Tom Oliva and his little barber shop in the Woolworth Building, its home of 33 years, he couldn’t say he was surprised. Just angry.
“It’s terrible,” he said, nearly spitting, during an interview on March 30, the day he received the eviction notice. Read More