Monthly Archives: April 2013
John Winterman, maitre d’ at Daniel restaurant in New York City, gives us “Eat This List: 5 reasons you (yes you) should embrace fine dining“.
Tim Kreider: Unalloyed honesty is the iridium of the information economy — vanishingly rare, and therefore precious. We don’t respect people like Louis C.K. or George Saunders because of their credentials; it’s because they’re among the few people in public … Continue reading
Let’s say you have several cupboards. One such cupboard hides cannisters of forgotten, rarely-if-ever-used Coffee-mate brand powedered non-dairy creamer, a non-food foodstuff. Let’s further suppose that instead of just throwing said cannisters in the garbage, you wonder what one could … Continue reading
The A.V. Club has: An interview with Joe Hill A glowing review of Hill’s latest, NOS4A2 I’ve been meaning to read “Locke & Key” for ages; perhaps this will provide the impetus. See also: Owen King’s sparkling debut (a review … Continue reading
By numerical date it’s the two-year anniversary of The Tornado; by day, though, that will always be a Wednesday. It’s not the same if you’re not huddled in the basement of BB Comer as the power and internet and phones … Continue reading
Salon has a post (“I don’t want to have to compromise my morals in order to make a living”) about/by the musician/artist Grimes. It’s a name I’d heard before …
Who is Jin? She describes herself as “a young South Korean female” and that she “wanted to hitchhike and see the universe. But I changed my mind and decided first to see more of this world.” Why is she relevant, … Continue reading
M: Love and hate here. XF: Ms. S did not see that coming.
Tuesday evening we returned to our rotation. First: John Locke, Spike, and Art Bell in one episode … I can’t take credit for that way of looking at it, though, as it’s part of the A.V. Club review. Then: over … Continue reading
No crime scene this week, no body dump … we begin with biohazard containment. A blogger has been killed by an unknown pathogen and dumped in a pile of veterinary waste. Her fiance, a source in the pharmaceutical industry, and … Continue reading