• Ted Lamm

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    i wish daft punk was playing in my house

    March 20, 2010
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    “For play music electronic…is better United State” – Benny Benassi We couldn’t say it any better ourselves, even if our voices weren’t uselessly hoarse after attempting a normal conversation over Tiesto’s seminal “Party Trance.”  And of the injuries we’ll gladly take, that one ranks somewhere between a stumbling Friday night knee scrape/bruise and post-Transformers blindness. […]

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    Spring: Decadence and Desperation

    March 15, 2010
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    Spring: Decadence and Desperation “It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold:  when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.” – Charles Dickens Spring is back at Brown, and frankly, the idea of writing this column bleaches in comparison with the possibility […]

    President’s Day, the Irish Way

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    March 6, 2010
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    “Happiness and moral duty are inseparably connected.” – George Washington It was in this spirit that, when confronted with a Boston sports bar menu offering a full Irish breakfast last Saturday, we committed to the only morally conscionable action for a true patriot: diving with reckless abandon into gigantic plates of eggs, potatoes, toast, bangers, […]

    For Amber Waves of Grain

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    February 28, 2010
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    “That vital spark that we find in a grain of wheat can pass unchanged through countless deaths and resurrections.”  – William Jennings Bryan Between low-carb diets and most restaurant reviews, grains are typically either overlooked or the recipients of an unjustly bad rap. You will rarely hear how harmoniously tender the rice was at a […]

    Thanksgiving Redux

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    November 18, 2009
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    “What am I truly thankful for? Mario Badescu Drying Lotion, and the courteous pace at which an ice cube melts in a glass of bourbon.” – Alexander Ascenzo Logan Last year, we attempted a two-pronged approach at Thanksgiving, discussing first the drink and then the food of this finest of holidays. We now realize how grave […]