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July 16, 2012

A Meal Fit for a Holden.

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Share This.On this day in 1951, J.D. Salinger’s classic novel, The Catcher in the Rye, was published. The novel, centered around troubled 16-year-old Holden Caulfield, expressed common feelings of teenage angst and a resistance to growing up. The photo below is taken from Fictitious Dishes, a series of meals from novels cooked and photographed by graphic artist Dinah Fried. This particular meal can be found in The Catcher in the Rye. After his disaster Read More

What Are Americans Really Making?

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Share This.The war between classes is becoming more evident as the young century progresses. Nonetheless, this is not something new. Throughout the span of time, man has sought to create distinction between one another. From spiritual beliefs to monetary wealth, human beings have found ways to say, ‘I’m better than you’ — and with class distinction becoming highly strained, it helps to know the facts. Thankfully, before everyone starts running Read More

Fine Without It.

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Share This.“I couldn’t have possibly written a work when I was smoking cocaine. It stops you. But my big fear, I know that when I was going into rehab, I was wondering whether I would be able to write anymore. I was terrified of not being able to write without cocaine… This very nice writer called me from out of the blue and said, ‘I know you’re worried about that. Read More

Net Footage.

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Share This.Travis and Joshua of Street Etiquette have teamed up with new school shoe company, Soludos, to bring us the cool Mesh Net shoe. The brightly colored show has a natural appeal and seems perfect for the summer. The shoes can be found in blue, red and green. They are currently priced at an enjoyable $45.00. → Click here to shop! ←

Knits Got Necks.

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Share This.These nifty knitted necklaces by Xau Xau go perfect with the festive summer. Handmade from cotton, wood and silver plated metal, some of these pieces also carry quite well into the fall. This necklace is made of 5 big and 20 middle sized wooden beads, cotton in navy blue, white and red and satin band. Approximate length of the bead part: 45 cm or 17,5 inches. Big, bright color Read More

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ July 16th, 2012. – July 22nd, 2012.

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Share This.As may already know, for our Art Month we are exploring a different medium each week and showcasing a featured practitioner of that very same medium. For example, this week is Paint Week, so we will be feature a plethora of paintings and a number of painters who do well in the art form. Our 12th book will see legally blind painter Steven Charles! It will also see other Read More