In Berlin, even the wasps love Bionade. We drink it around Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg, at Godot, Fleury, Zapata and Gorki Park. It comes in four flavors: herb, elder, ginger-orange, and lychee. I’ve heard it said that every time you leave your house in New York City, you’re bound to waste twenty minutes and spend [...]
My grandmother always said: “Don’t trust anybody who doesn’t like cheese.” It’s been a good week for movies — I saw The Bourne Ultimatum, The Simpsons Movie, Dans Paris, Sunset Blvd, The 11th Hour and the Inland Empire DVD — but it’s time to break up the rave reviews with a little artisanal gouda and [...]
It’s a funny thing about reviewing film: ever since we started, Marcy and I barely go to the movies any more. We see screenings, watch screeners, attend festivals. We might go to a premiere, but hardly ever do we stand in line at the box office, ride the endless escalators up multiplex floors, buy soda [...]
Instead of long-winded reviews about how yummy it all was, here are some photos of food I’ve enjoyed recently. (More at my Eats Flickr set.) As always, Chowhound and Joey in Astoria are the places to stay hip to Q boro food options. From top left to bottom right: Juicy tofu wrap at the Fresh [...]
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Koyaanisqatsi without Philip Glass and more butchery. Nikolaus Geyrhalter observes the industrialized production of food–cucumbers, tomatoes, olives, salt, fish, beef, eggs, apples, pork, chicken, etc etc. Except for casual snippets overheard during worker’s poignant luch breaks, there is no dialogue–just striking images: men crawling after a neon-lit vehicle on their knees to harvest salad at [...]
Back from Jazzfest. Need sleep.