Cymbeline is the misunderstood schoolchild of Shakespeare's plays, the misfit who speaks up at odd times and sometimes says the wrong thing, awkward in all kinds of obvious ways. It's a special-needs play, but the beauty of it is right there in its bones, not least because in it we can see the great ... More >>
Trick or--wait, what? You only have Mike & Ike's? No thanks. Oh to be young and have your candy options controlled by those oddball neighbors. We know, it was a drag. But grown-up Halloween means never having to eat anymore off-brand Good and Plentys. So we've taken a Fork in the Road poll to find ... More >>
With their chocolate covered baguette slices, P.Q. has found a way to turn shit into Shinola. Just because we're making Xmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa gift suggestions, doesn't mean we can't make fun of the very gifts we're recommending. We're schizy that way. And here's a case in point.
A New York Times article today revealed that playwright Paul Rudnick lives on candy--virtually nothing but candy, plus the occasional handful of Cheerios. He's been repulsed by most regular food for his whole life, and has always craved refined sugar. Incredibly, he's not fat, still has his teeth, a ... More >>
This week in blogs... Eat Me Daily took a break from its break to react to Danyelle Freeman (aka Restaurant Girl's) appearance on The Chopping Block. Apparently, she showed up "wearing at first a ridiculously situation-inappropriate strapless cocktail dress, and then a ridiculously situation-inappr ... More >>
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