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  1. Fossil Fuels
    City-Mandated Air Filters Will Cost Your Favorite Pizza Places $10,000 EachThe new code adds up to a lot of dough for pizza-makers.
  2. Pizza
    The Truth About Coal-Oven Pizza: It’s Not As Rare As You ThoughtHere’s where to find today.
  3. Pizza Heroes
    San Francisco Chefs Will Donate $5,000 to Totonno’s in Coney IslandMoney intended for Governor in Dumbo, which will not reopen, will instead be routed to the historic pizzeria.
  4. No Slices
    Let’s Not Lose Totonno’s Pizzeria in Coney IslandThe historic Coney Island pizza place is in need of capital to continue doing business.
  5. Pizza Wars
    ‘No Slices’ Shocker: Grimaldi’s Takes Old Totonno’sFire up the coal oven one more time.
  6. Pizza Wars
    A History of New York’s Feuding Pizza DynastiesFrom Lombardi’s onward.
  7. Temporary Closings
    Health Department Shutters Totonno’s in Kips BayThe pizzeria racked up a staggering 94 points.
  8. Reopenings
    Totonno’s Has ReopenedNever mind the heart-shaped pizza bollocks!
  9. Reopenings
    Totonno’s Keeps To-taunting UsThe historic pizzeria has moved its reopening.
  10. Reopenings
    Totonno’s Will Reopen Next WednesdayPlus, footage of the legendary pie being made.
  11. Mediavore
    Bruce Has No Beef With Connolly’s; Totonno’s Coming SoonPlus: a new Fairway on the UES, and Penthouse Club gets sued, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Lists
    Pizza Slices: Movies at Co., Rumblings at Totonno’s, and the Best Pie in’Rachael Ray’ enlists a couple of experts to find the best slice in the USA.
  13. In the Magazine
    Platt Welcomes A Voce Columbus; Totonno’s ReturnsPlus: Chestnuts are in season, English breakfasts gain popularity, and more in this week’s magazine.
  14. Mediavore
    Michael Huynh’s Expansion Plans; Price Gouging at BodegasPlus: Todd English wars with his ex-fiancée, and NYC wants to keep Tavern on the Green, all in our morning news roundup.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Cupcakes for a Cause; Big Gay Ice Cream Truck Channels ThanksgivingPlus: A lucky customer scores a free pastry, and a Mexican restaurant takes over for a sleek Southeast Asian one in Harlem, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  16. Mediavore
    Ken Friedman ‘Appalled’ by El Bulli; Ugly Betty at BelcourtPlus: the cupcake boom, in our morning news roundup.
  17. Fire Damage
    Rising From the Ashes: Lovely Day and Totonno’s Could Reopen in JulyThe latest on two fire-felled favorites.
  18. Mediavore
    Café Bustelo Goes the PBR Route; After-hours Parties Are BackPlus: Locavorism comes to the Bowery, and restaurant applications soar, all in our morning news roundup.
  19. Almost Free
    Cheap and Charitable Ice CreamIn a timely promotion, profits from 31-cent ice-cream scoops will go to the National Volunteer Fire Council.
  20. Reopenings
    Brooklyn ComebacksTotonno’s and Armando’s will return to their former homes.
  21. VideoFeed
    Totonno’s Pizza-Making Captured Forever on FilmBreathe deeply and behold the essence of pizza-making.
  22. The In-box
    I Wonder If ‘New York Pizza’ Is a Total JokeDear Grub Street,What’s the deal with Patsy’s and Grimaldi’s? The guy’s name was Patsy Grimaldi, right? Didn’t the place under the Brooklyn Bridge used to be called Patsy’s? I remember going there when I used to come out for AAU games. And where else would you recommend for true “New York–style” pizza? Or is that term a total joke?DeWayne
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    So Much for Eating Year-Round in Union SquareClinton Hill: A brewery on Waverly Avenue hopes to start bottling Kelso beer. [Clinton Hill Blog] Coney Island: The Slice pizza club convenes on April 15 at Totonno’s. Catch: You have to ride the Cyclone before you chow. [Slice] Lower East Side: A sneak preview inspires Whole Foods envy: The new one on Houston puts the original Chelsea location in the shade. [Snack] Prospect Lefferts Gardens: The deli on Washington Avenue is getting renovated; neighbors hope that more than just sugar and water will be for sale. [across the park] Sheepshead Bay: Grillin’ by the Bay, the city’s only Kansas City Barbecue Society–sanctioned BBQ contest, to be held Saturday. And this year, you’ll actually be able to eat the stuff. [NYDN] Tribeca: Brunch plans rocked as the Department of Health shutters Kitchenette; also, Bubby’s on its way out. [Eater] Jacques Torres making dark-chocolate-covered peeps for those who didn’t already find them conducive to throwing up in church. [DailyCandy] Union Square: Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe says there’s no chance of a year-round restaurant when the park’s north end gets overhauled. [Daily Intel] Upper West Side: Ollie’s Noodle Shop workers take their protest to the next level with a hot-shot lawyer. [Daily Intel] Williamsburg: A sign spotted earlier this week in the window of Brick Oven Gallery said they would reopen today after renovations — but a disconnected phone seems to tell a different story. [Grub Street]
  24. Openings
    Brick-Oven-Pizza Perfection Comes to Carroll GardensSlavering outer-borough Chowhounders have recently been storming the unmarked gates of Carroll Gardens’s newest brick-oven pizzeria, a rustic establishment being compared on that contentious, cultlike Website to such sacred pizza cows as Di Fara’s. It’s not only the posters who’ve evoked that mythic name — chef-owner Mark Iacono has as well. “My favorite pizza is Di Fara,” says Iacono, who looks a little like a Pope of Greenwich Village–era Eric Roberts. “The recipe is pretty much the same. Difference is, mine is made in a brick oven.” His pie is also imbued with a feisty smokiness, courtesy of a wood fire, and has a flavorful crust that’s comparatively soft and puffy, closer to classic coal-oven practitioners like Totonno’s and Grimaldi’s than Di Fara’s. “I call it old-school-Brooklyn style,” he says. “That’s what I’m going for.”