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Category: Arts and Culture

Put it Through the S-950 then Stretch It

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Never had a basement, never had an attic, only an apartment where I forever had static.

Check out this terrific 2-part NPR interview with Extra P.

[Photo Via: Mass Appeal]

Taster’s Cherce

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Eat a peach. Make it crispy. 

Morning Art

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Diebs.

Beat of the Day

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Go screw.

Morning Art

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Painting by Jack Vettriano via This Isn’t Happiness.

Taster’s Cherce

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Food 52 has compiled some refreshing-looking late summer drinks for us, like this one from The Broken Bread. 

Bottom’s Up.

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Trip to Bountiful.

Beat of the Day

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Grand Groove.

Picture by dusdin via MPD.

Afternoon Art

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Grey Jug and Half Lemon” by Edwin Dickenson (1915)

Beat of the Day

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Knock Knock.

Painting by Danny Galieote via This Isn’t Happiness.

Taster’s Cherce

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Summer, en Francais. 

Morning Art

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‘Lil Angil

Taster’s Cherce

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Yeah, I know it’s Thursday afternoon. I know it’s hot. But what the hell? It’s always a good time for buttermilk pancakes. 

Taster’s Cherce

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Fried chicken sandwiches are all the rage these days. I had a delicious one at Allswell, a lovely spot in a tragically hip Brooklyn neighborhood a few weeks back.

Serious Eats shows us how to make ‘em at home.

Beat of the Day

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They want to touch me. I never let them.

Painting by Kelly Reemtsen

Morning Art

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Painting by Boris Ivanovich Kopylov.

Million Dollar Movie

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Good lookin’ to Pacific Street Films and Cinephilia and Beyond for getting this PBS documentary on Martin Scorsese back out there. I remember when it first aired. I videotaped it and watched it over and over. 

New York Minute

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Night Visions by Martin Lewis, found at the always-stellar This Isn’t Happiness.

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Taster’s Cherce

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More tomato love.

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