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The other day I received a bread order for three boules. I knew that at some point I should install a suitable rack/basket on my bike to to...
The Rise Festival and the authenticity of experience
Every now and then I get the opportunity to visit some amazing places while working as a videographer. Last Saturday night I went with a cou...
After being without a car for a couple years it was both frightening and exhilarating to get behind the wheel again. My job requires that I ...
I had just awaken in a strange house cluttered with nicknacks and antiques. The air was cool and the floor creaked gently. The homeowner...
The aesthetic of violence
A few years ago I considered writing a paper about war zone and terrorist videos, particularly about their aesthetic. I wondered what type o...
Ralph Vaughan Williams
A few months ago, I was asked by my friend if I would attend a concert with him. It was a chorale that included the music of both Ra...
Bread of the Week: Olive + Herb (or thoughts on toast)
Toast is one of my deepest pleasures in life. I know this is somewhat absurd, it doesn't quite offer me that madeline moment, one of ...
Bread by Bicycle
During a phase of my life, I took up bread baking. Like most hobbies that occupy a phase, they are intended to fulfill a certain void in...
Joe and Jane are Engaged, Part Two
"How old are those lamps?" she asked. In actuality I knew nothing about this town, she knew more than I, such as why th...
Authenticity and Performitivity
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