Greatest Hits and What You Missed: Starr, 10 Arts, Noble, Starr, Rhuby and Starr

It’s been another busy week here at Foobooz World HQ. And while, to the casual observer, it may seem as though the news was dominated by nothing but Stephen Starr, Art in the Age and the sad passing of Noble American Cookery (which also involved Starr), there was plenty of other news happening as well. And on this lovely Friday afternoon, here’s the best of it, both the big and the small:

Noble Closes, Replaced By Starr’s Il Pittore It may have been the end of the road for Noble, but Starr was just getting started
Rhuby To Hit Store Shelves Next Week Which was soon followed by…
Rhuby Delayed Due to “Sediment” Release date pushed back because of ickiness
Stephen Starr Hearts South Street…Kinda It’s one of those “It’s not me, it’s you” kinds of goodbyes from Philly’s Big Cheese
Craft Beer and Donkey Kong Coming Soon at Barcade This will be the end of me
Jennifer Carroll Is Leaving 10 Arts No word yet on where she’s going, but we’re going to be pissed if we have to drive to Manhattan just to visit
Bon Appetit Names Talula’s Garden One Of Its Top 10 New Restaurants Copycats…
Sex and Candy at Le Virtu Chiles, chocolate and vague sexual innuendo from the baking department