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Dining with Derrida

If Jacques Derrida had eaten at fabled restaurant, Noma, in Copenhagen, and had later run into Chef René Redzepi, he might have been heard to say the following (Warning: This is a fictional monologue. 980 more words

Short Fiction

Sunday Snacks: October 19th, 2014

If we’re being perfectly honest here, I’m pretty tired. A shorthanded kitchen staff means a lot of hours, and a lot of shifts. Among other things, this means that I’m fairly thin on time and thus haven’t given the blog as much attention as it deserves. 1,003 more words


Editorial: NoMa Deserves Engaging, Artist-Driven Public Art

This editorial by Eric Hope first appeared at East City Art.  Plan to attend the community meeting tomorrow (Thursday) evening.  Register here

The NoMa neighborhood due north of Union Station has seen its share of transformation in recent years as apartment and office buildings replace parking lots. 896 more words


The (Real) Columbus Fountain

Yeah, happy Columbus Day. If you’re like everyone else, you woke up this morning just happy you didn’t have to go into work. Alternatively, you may have also wondered why a sleazy merchant from Genoa gets his own day. 1,253 more words

Welcome Chocolovers!

We all love chocolate. All of us enjoy the melting flavours and textures on the palate, some instead are masters of creating out of chocolate real pieces of art. 105 more words


Carmen: This is Sparta!

Dear Mom, Dad, and Aunt Peggy,

We took an interesting field trip yesterday. There’s a new city being built north-west of Zhuólù. It’s corporate-based, and I’m not sure what Earth nations are involved. 307 more words

Letters From Carmen