Posts Tagged "Culture"

What’s not to love?

- Made in the eighties
- Men who dance hetero-sexy (yes, indeed)
- Starring a young Mikhail Baryshnikov (remember him from Sex and the City?)

As the title states: nothing not love about this scene from White Nights.

And while you’re at it take a look at the additional 9 best dance moments on film selected by AnOther to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Tarantino’s 1994 cult classic Pulp Fiction (of course the Thurman/Travolta dance sequence is at the top of the list)

Brits = crackers & chocolate

Henry Hargreaves and Caitlin Levin have created maps of countries and continent with food that they found representable for the regions, “a playful representation of our interpretation of food from around the world.”

I don’t know about you but I would be slightly offended if my country was depicted as dry crackers and milk chocolate. On the other hand maybe that displays the Brits quite well?
So I wonder which iconic regional foods would represent Denmark? Maybe thanks to René Redzepi it would be a tasty medley of herbs & greens, Nordic berries, fresh fish and farm-raised beef. I’d prefer that over the conclusion one could come to after reading a recent article in the economist. Then it would be bacon. Not that I don’t like bacon.

Food Map Britain

food map by Henry Hargreaves 2

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Photos by Henry Hargreaves.

Making of video:

An archive of the world’s cultural diversity.

Might be worth checking out Museum of Indian Art displaying art made by native Americans.

And totally out of context but google “Indian music” and this popped up.