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The Idea! The Newsletter for Western Sullivan Public Library
Check out what's happening at each of our branches during the month of July!
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Genealogy Help Sessions
Genealogy Help Sessions are available by appointment at the Delaware Free Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library in Callicoon.
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Authentic Chinese cuisine from a world-renowned chef

At Z Y Restaurant, we prepare delicious Chinese that is full of flavor in the Chinatown area of beautiful San Francisco, Ca. Our chefs are well known throughout San Francisco when it comes to preparing elegant mouth watering dishes that will have you coming back for more. We offer everyone’s favorite dish on our whether it’s egg rolls, pot stickers, curry, kung pao chicken, Mongolian beef, sweet and sour pork, and more. We consider ourselves to be the best Chinese food restaurant in San Francisco and with one bite from our amazing menu; we are confident that you will feel the same.

Z Y Restaurant is a well-known Chinese restaurant in San Francisco and we serve very famous guests from Presidents to Vice Presidents, and more! San Francisco residents continue to enjoy our hot and fresh Szechuan Chinese food every today. If you are in a hurry, just give us a call to order take out or delivery . We also have seating for private parties, banquets, and large parties for up to a hundred people.

Z Y Restaurant is proud to have executive Chef Han, an internationally renowned chef in the world of authentic Asian cuisine. He has gained his reputation by preparing food for some of the most distinguished men and women in the world. These include presidents, vice presidents, and foreign ministers of the People's Republic of China.

Chef Han prepares food in an exceptional way, with a traditional approach while incorporating new world flare. His national acclaim for fusing spicy Schezuan flavors and Northern Chinese food dishes has allowed us to receive outstanding recognition.

Z Y Restaurant is the 1st restaurant having Kung Fu Tea performance in the Bay Area. Chef Han continues to introduce Chinese culture to the eater. We wish the eaters having unique and fun dining experience in San Francisco. This is why local people and tourists love coming to Z Y Restaurant. Chef Han will keep surprising the eaters with good food and fun entertainment.

All of our customers agree, Z Y Restaurant is an exceptional restaurant for authentic Chinese food and is one of the best Asian cuisine in San Francisco. Our staff is friendly, courteous, and has extensive knowledge of all the items on our menu. We invite you to experience our authentic Chinese cuisine and to enjoy the amazing fresh taste of authentic Chinese food right here in San Francisco. Contact us with any questions. Come dine with us!

/ Arts + Entertainment / Music / Folk idol Janis Ian on her powerful music, Spotify, and Trump’s America

"You dispel the myths by living your life," says Janis Ian, whose musical legacy was cemented by the classic, "At Seventeen"

By Randy Shulman on April 26, 2018 @RandyShulman

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Janis Ian — Photo: Lloyd Baggs

Janis Ian does not live, as one might surmise, in New York’s Greenwich Village. Rather, the iconic folk singer, whose 1975 “At Seventeen” still speaks to the hearts of countless coming-of-age teens, lives in — wait for it — Nashville.

“The tolerance for what they regard as eccentricities is pretty high,” Ian says of the country music hub. “I had more problems as a gay person in New York and L.A. — holding hands walking down the street — than I ever had in Nashville, because in Nashville people just went, ‘Okay, we’re ignoring that.’

“I know there are people [in the South] who would never have me visit,” says the 67-year-old, who came out in 1993. “I know there are people who would never have me take care of their kids. And that’s fine. As long as I’m allowed to live the life I want to live, I don’t care. I still meet people [here] who’ve never met a gay person and whose feelings have changed when they see that my wife and I have been together 29 years, and that we have grandchildren. You dispel the myths by living your life.”

In a wide-ranging, 40-minute interview, Ian waxes eloquently on everything from performing at the legendary Birchmere (“I can’t say enough good things. It’s one of the few places that, when I do stop touring officially, I will go back to now and again just to try out new songs”) to how streaming services have made it difficult for songwriters to make a living (“They pay us a micro amount. Any time that you can get a song played over a million times and you make $198, there’s something very wrong”) to, naturally, her Grammy-winning hit.

“You don’t understand the effect a song like ‘At Seventeen’ has on people until decades later,” she says. “It’s astonishing to get an email from a 12-year-old who has no friends and says, ‘I couldn’t believe that somebody understands.’ It’s humbling. It’s a joy to sing that song. People say, ‘Aren’t you tired of it?’ And I go, ‘Fuck, no.’ I mean, what a privilege.”

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