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May 2012

Eternal (Summer).

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Share This.Rest in Paradise, Miss Summer. This past weekend the world said goodbye to the ubiquitous queen of disco and grace, Donna Summer. Summer was not only a phenomenal singer with a talent that carried remnants of disco into later generations but she was also one of the fashion mavens of an era. Dedicated in her honor, we pay homage to an icon with a selection of looks inspired by Read More

Beats by Dre x Staple Designs.

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Share This.We headed over to BEATS x STAPLE launch on Greene Street last night. The place was packed with audio junkies, hipsters and tech geeks — you know, precisely our kind of folk! Ciroc was in abundance and we almost forgot that we were there not to get drunk off of our lovable asses but to document the festivities. We ran into the man himself, Jeff Staple, and also hobnobbed with the über Read More

More Than Meets The Eye.

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Share This.From a distance Sagaki Keita’s works are deceptively normal but upon closer inspection you come to realize that his recreations are comprised of thousands of tiny doodles. His works are hand-drawn in ink, sans a draft, and can take between a few weeks to 10 months to finish.  

The Pie Hole: Memorable Chicken Salad Sliders.

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Share This.Happy Memorial Day, Lunchers! We all know this weekend will be filled with the three best “Bs” to kick off the summer–beer, bud(dies), and barbecue–so in honor of the holiday we decided to feature this super easy recipe for bomb-ass chicken salad sliders; so simple you can make them when you’re already drunk! Borrowed from our favorite buttered up Southern belle, Paula Deen, these sliders are sure to hit Read More

Trayvoning.

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Share This.Quiet Lunch Magazine normally refrains from taking a subjective approach to any current event story; however, this one struck such a nerve with us that we can say nothing more except shame on those who encourage such cruel behavior. In what can be deemed as the most despicable and disgusting “trends” to date, folks have been taking to photographing themselves sprawled out on the ground with a bag of Read More

Mike Dean, Check Two, One, Two.

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Share This.This spring hasn’t exactly been on its best behavior. The air has been cooler than usual and the sky has had more of an autumn charm than a spring cheer. But meteorological misbehavior endured, we made our way through a rainy afternoon last week to Jungle City in Chelsea to talk shop with Mike Dean. The Grammy award-winning super producer was packing for a flight and, just before his departure, was Read More

Playbook.

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Share This.“My life is an open book. With illustrations.” –Hugh Hefner.

A Feel for Keal.

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Share This.UK artist Barbara Keal’s handmade felt hats show us where the wild things really are. Made from alpaca and sheep wool, Keal makes the felt herself and fashions the hats after various wild beasts; from steer to jungle cats. Her wares are rustic and primal, able to bring out the animal in anyone, so go ahead: let out that guttural grunt. →Purchase Here!←

Shakespeare Swag.

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Share This.We here at Quiet Lunch like to consider ourselves a fine group of wordsmiths (’cause we like to talk good and stuff) so this week’s LYSL is a roster of the origins of words that we use often, if not sometimes too much. Words like “swagger”, “nerd” and “Yahoo”, for examples, are the ones that some believe to be new to our vocabulary but in fact have ties to Read More

Guy Rules #48

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Share This.“The only acceptable gifts one dude can give to another dude are booze, a gun or a sword.” * *Today’s Guy Rule is not a Quiet Lunch original*