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May 14, 2012

Book ‘Em, Danno!: Abnormally Normal.

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Share This.Welcome to Book ‘Em, Danno!:…, a segment where we suggest a favorably organized group of words that have been conveniently placed into book form. We haven’t necessarily read these books but we have seen them on a shelf somewhere before. In this vast space we call Planet Earth, we have all had our fair share of run ins with some considerably “colorful” folks. The book, The Other Side of Read More

Bear & Co.: “Bear Gets Tricked.”

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Share This.‡Episode No. 3: “Bear Gets Tricked.”‡ ‡ Created by Akeem K. Duncan & Rachel J. Burkett. ‡ ‡ Written by Lamont Dunnigan & Akeem K. Duncan. ‡ ‡ Illustrated by Akeem K. Duncan. ‡ ‡ Arrangement by Bim Star. ‡

Fort Lee Bans Folks From Texting While Walking.

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Share This.In an effort to rectify the dangers of texting-induced distractions, officials in Fort Lee, New Jersey, have implemented a citywide ban on pedestrians who are caught texting while walking. The offense carries an $85 fine; a hefty monetary consequence to pay for sending an oftentimes one word response. Fort Lee’s population is 32,000 strong and since implementing the law, the city has already issued 117 tickets. The concept isn’t anything Read More

On a Hipster Hunt.

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Share This.Now and days, hipsters are in absolute abundance, lurking in every beer garden and strolling through every quaint backstreet. You literally cannot walk more than half a city block without running into one and Columbia graduate Julie Percha knows this all too well. Hipsters are considered kindred souls by few, well dressed vagabonds by some, and a contradiction by many. Percha uses The Hipster Hunt to finally solidify an Read More

Teachers Must Be Doers.

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Share This.“How can a society that exists on instant mashed potatoes, packaged cake mixes, frozen dinners, and instant cameras teach patience to its young?” – Paul Sweeney.

Dentist Appointment.

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Share This.British trio Felix recently released their second studio album late last month and it eventually made its way to our ears by splendid serendipity. Consisting of Lucinda Chua, Chris Summerlin and Elv Beetham, Felix made noise with their debut effort in 2009 and are looking to build on that buzz with the sophomore offering Oh Holy Molar. Well played. From start to finish, Oh Holy Molar is a pretty exceptional listen. An Read More

Jewel of the Jungle.

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Share This.Still rolling off her success of the hit banger, “212″, Azealia Banks’ newest drop is taking it from the streets of Harlem to the jungle. The Hudson Mohawke and Nick Hook produced “Jumanji” is laced with tribal rhythms and Banks’s signature school yard taunt flow and is the first track off her upcoming mixtape, Fantastic. Take a listen and download the single here. “Jumanji” by Azealia Banks.↓

Colombian Devil’s Breath.

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Share This.More potent than salvia or even some hardcore heroin, the world’s scariest drug is rearing its ugly head. Though not new to the world, few know of the effects of scopolamine or “devil’s breath” as it is referred to and it reduces one’s free will and sense of being; suspending them in a zombie-like state. Also compared to having effects similar to rohypnol (or rufies), Devil’s Breath drops one’s Read More

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ May 14th, 2012. – May 20th, 2012.

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Share This.This week sees the likes of Charlotte Caron, Patrick Leger, photographer Eric Rose, digital illustrator 非 and architectural designer Robert van Embricqs. Julie Percha goes on a Hipster Hunt and the iPad Mini rumors receive another jolt of “authenticity”. We also get a sit down with Dirty South pioneer Mike Dean! Stay Tuned! Unflinchingly Yours, Quiet Lunch Staff.