Inspired by recipes from grandmothers, friends, students and street vendors in Mexico
We were happy to discover that Madisonville has its own (dare I say edgier) version of Bakersfield, and other taco joints that have popped up in the past few years. The thing we liked about Mazunte (other than the food) was the interior. I likened
An idiosyncratic, entertaining artist loses his subject matter in this outing
Neil and I were looking forward to The Grand Budapest Hotel because of how much we enjoyed Moonrise Kingdom (2012). His style has always been made up of equal parts young adult literary structure, brightly colored fairy-tale
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Our Culinary Classmates at The Glendalia
The Food Hussy is such a warm ambassador for food in the Cincinnati-N. Kentucky region and she’s always looking for settings to get friends and colleagues together to try something new and write about food experiences. She invited us to The Glendalia Boutique Hotel & Culinary Studio recently
We avoided seeing Her because it sounded so goofy and I felt like I had seen it after the parody Jonah Hill performed with Michael Cera on SNL. However, Carole and Tom really enjoyed it. Yes, it’s about a guy who falls in love with the voice of his computer operating system. Yes, it’s set in a near
Pulling the finest elements from its past, while remaining relevant in today's demanding culinary world.
We may have done the unthinkable. We dined at Walt's Hitching Post without having the infamous ribs served at the reinvented and reopened venue. Fortunately for us, it was not a mistake.
From the time we turned into the parking lot, it was clear that the experience would be bound in tradition. There's an awning over the entryway that led to the wood paneled rooms from another era. It truly applauds Kentucky from the genuine
The annual Humana Festival at Actors Theatre of Louisville (ATL) attracts theatergoers internationally because so many of the plays have premiered as part of this event before being produced around the world. Though this institution is synonymous with the new script, the acting has been its trump
An Independent Spirit Award nominee realizing Cassavettes’ dream
We weren’t too enthusiastic about the Oscars this year because (1) they missed some of our favorite potential nominees and (2) the list looked like it was cribbed from The Independent Spirit Awards. The ISAs give the John Cassavettes’ award annually to filmmakers working within a
The first in a series of checking out some contemporary mystery series
Finding a new detective series (new to the individual reader, anyway) reminds me of searching for the next, best comfort food. It can’t be too salty, sugary, or fatty. The bread-and-butter of the Mystery/Thriller genre is the detective series, ever