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“Unnatural Histories” of Patrick St Paul exhibition, at the Cock ‘n’ Bull Gallery, London.

David Franchi – Sunday, 21st September 2014

“Unnatural Histories” of Patrick St Paul is an interesting exhibition, at the Cock ‘n’ Bull Gallery, London. This exhibition displays new fresh works by the London based artist. 414 more words

Private Galleries

We Dodged a Bullet with HIGH MOON

I get it. A lot of people are crazy-ga-ga over Bryan Fuller because of Pushing Daisies. OK. Let’s set that aside and just look at the mess that is… 494 more words

TV

FilmWonk Podcast - Episode #55 - "A Walk Among the Tombstones" (dir. Scott Frank)

This week on the podcast, Glenn and Daniel take a leisurely stroll through a pretty well-executed genre exercise by writer/director Scott Frank (The Lookout… 236 more words

Demons, by Wayne Macauley

An interesting title, eh?  This is Wayne Macauley’s fourth satire – perhaps not in the same league as The Cook (see my review) – but nonetheless an ambitious book in its intent and execution. 1,451 more words

Reviews

30 Before 30: Get a Tattoo at Roger's , Wellington

Whenever I travel, I am struck by the amount of body art on show – by the beach, in spas and saunas, out partying, or in massage rooms. 469 more words

Reviews

Tokyo Ghoul season 1 Review - When tone and content collide

Tokyo Ghoul is an anime I went into with few expectations. When I first started looking at it, it seemed like it might be a fairly generic, if solid, take on modern vampire-esque urban fantasies. 802 more words

Summer 2014

Penny Fours, Leichhardt

My husband is a pretty helpful blogger’s assistant.  He came home the other weekend with a gorgeous selection of patisserie treats from “some new little place” he’d found on Norton Street. 230 more words

Food