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“What’s Cooking?” Family Discord

November 22, 2011 by


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


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


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


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 […]