This is my audio slideshow pick for class, compliments of The New York Times.
You gotz to copy and paste, sorry friends.
And if you liked that one, or it was a bit too much of a downer, this other one will lift your spirits.
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Monday, April 28, 2008
The Lakota coffee-house is a daily refuge for many Columbia locals. Brent and Sarah are two of its employees dedicated to the task of energizing customers efficiently and with a warm smile. "Diet root beer and a glass of ice, right?" Sarah says this to one man before he's even reached the counter. "I know pretty much everyone's order," Sarah says, a talent that every good coffee-shop employee should have.
Thursday, April 10, 2008
This is my blending select. It looks way fucked-up weird on this blog.
Jimmy Lien fillets the fish as a prep-cook at Osaka at eleven a.m. as well as rolls fresh sushi for the day's fare.
I loved taking these pictures and although Jimmy tells me that he's "not photogenic" and is just going to "fillet some fish now," he ends up being the subject of my select (as well as the adorable chef in the background who peeks at me for a long while through the tiny kitchen window as I snap away.
"It's fine," I tell Jimmy, "Just do what you do and don't mind me. "
Thursday, April 3, 2008
Sean Jarvis and Amanda Wilson lounge at Shelter Gardens in Columbia, Mo.
Their conversation is dominated by Gay politics, but Amanda also discusses her idea for an erotic restaurant called, " Hookers and Pies" and you don't even want to know where the waitresses put the pies before serving them.