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“What’s Cooking?” Family Discord

November 22, 2011 by

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Readers, please forgive the delay in part two of my examination of Gurinder Chadha’s What’s Cooking? Immediately after finishing drafting this post last Tuesday, my laptop got a particularly annoying bit of malware. Fortunately it was not a very bright bit of malware, so I managed to patch things up technologically in time to bring […]

“What’s Cooking?” The Ideal Thanksgiving

November 8, 2011 by

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It’s been months since I last worked on a large research project, and it’s time I got back to my roots. I need to revisit my driving interests, the reasons I started investigating media, race, and gender in the first place. Judging from my work at The Love Machine, my main interests may not be […]

Restaurants Are Museums Now

October 18, 2011 by

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I’ve been brushing up on my arts and humanities theory the past few months. My first step was to remind myself of the very basics. For this, I reread a text from undergrad, The Theory Toolbox. The book was written specifically to explain basic arts and humanities theories to undergrads, and its authors manage it […]

Fine Water

April 5, 2011 by

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I had a bad beer today. A bad beer that should have been a good beer. A six-pack of Fuller’s London Pride bought from the top shelf at the local beer and wine store. I should have known – it was imported, low-alcohol, and had probably been on that shelf for months and months. Lo […]