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Letter From Home Part 4: The Disappearing English Pub

“The traditional English pub has all but disappeared.” Sighed a long-time friend, “Now they’re all about gourmet food with TV star chefs!”  She added, grudgingly. To prove her point we had lunch in a Tudor-timbered hostelry, with part of its structure dating back to the 16th century. Instead of squeezing in between regulars crowding the bar, attempting to catch the

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The Caricaturist & The Tastemaker

“Caricature is a subcategory of illustration, it’s about finding the narrative elements within a portrait and making them clear as tools in making literal and figurative points. When done for publication, it is not merely about making big things bigger and small things smaller. It is storytelling. This involves knowledge about what is under the surface of a face and teasing

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The Food & Drink Edition

                             Next on Life Elsewhere, a program devoted to food and drink. Of course, we’ll venture into not so predictable territory. Michelle Ephraim and Caroline Bicks are longtime friends and fans of Shakespeare. They are both professors who teach the works of the Bard. Better still, the two academics like a

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Erotic Movies. Minimalist. Poly Furniture. Curiosities. Book Shelves. Books About Russia. Cat Tail. Art Collective. Sex & Food. Bad Habits.

The latest post at BACK. features links that will keep you busy for, well, a long time. Beautiful videos, photos of cats, books that help us to understand Russia, sex and food (not always in that order and sometimes together), artists and their manifestos, furniture from polystyrene and much more. Plus a brilliant sample of how sampling can be so very,

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