In conjunction with each of its shows, Gallery Ocho has begun hosting Dinner in the Gallery, featuring food from bouchon, expertly paired wines, and a facilitated discussion with the artists.
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Now out in paperback, David Kamp’s The United States of Arugula is a fun, fact-filled romp through a century of American eating-from canned crap and Kraft to baby greens gently weaned from their mizuna mom’s teat. Kamp wisely focuses on the fascinating cast of characters behind 50 years of American food trends, and what a group it is.
Things haven’t been the same since good old Thomas Edison figured out how to light up the night. The rhythms of life have been forever changed by that electrifying discovery, with ever-increasing hordes of party people choosing to get down after sundown. Though I am pretty sure it wasn’t his intention, Edison’s big turn-on was a stroke of genius that has since illuminated countless dance floor dreams and libation-soaked evenings.