Did you know this spectacular multimedia fire installation was created by a Brown University alum? Providence artist Barnaby Evans ‘75 received his Bachelor’s degree in biology and environmental science and was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Humanities in 2000. Photo by James Turner.
Abandoned Russian library
“All of them are quite alone, some involuntarily, some by their own hand, some without realizing it, but none of them come to the study room table with the emotional advantages held by that mythical creature known as ‘a normal person.’ … The good news is, being messed up doesn’t mean the story’s over. It means the story’s just starting, and in the end, we all find out we’re not alone, or maybe that we’re all alone and united in our loneliness.” — Dan Harmon
“I’m sorry, you should take some credit for who I’ve become. So let me tell you how I turned out, just so you’re crystal clear on your impact. I am not well adjusted… more often than not, I am barely keeping it together. I’m constantly texting, and there is no one at the other end. I’m just a grown man, who can’t even look his own friends in the eye for too long, because I’m afraid that they’ll see that I am broken. So you get credit for that…”
I’m just a grown man who can’t even look his own friends in the eye for too long, because I’m afraid that they’ll see that I am broken.
I had dinner in the spa cuisine class the other night. It was really good. I love getting free meals by getting invited to stuff like this.
The first course was seared scallops with oyster mushrooms and caramelized leek jelly, second course was a root vegetable soup with parsnip chips and balsamic reduction, third course was an endive, fennel, apple, and crispy kale salad with orange anise vinaigrette, fourth course was sous vide venison with goat cheese mousse, red wine reduction, and beets, and the fifth course was a silken tofu and lemon tart with strawberry coulis. There was also a beet lemonade to drink and a sweet potato sorbet with lime foam as a palette cleanser.
WARNING to anyone who feeds their pets PURINA pet food. Maggots have been found in the dog food and the cat food. It has been making animals sick and even killing some but Purina is refusing to recall their products. I found tonight (1/28/13) that MY bag of Purina One pet food for my cat has an infestation of maggots in it. Please check your pets food if you buy Purina. I’m returning my bag and switching brands. Not a happy pet owner right now.
You can tell if there are maggots because there will be thin webbing, and actual maggots. There was webbing and maggots in mine.
Please share this with other pet owners and save their pets.
Crostini with goat cheese and a red wine fig compote.