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Fargo (1996) Directed by Joel Coen Among post-Scorsese American filmmakers, the Coen Brothers are unrivalled in terms of quality and originality. Fargo deservedly remains their signature movie, its cultural reverberations extended and deepened by the eponymous anthology television program, which has emerged as one of the most sly and inventive ever. Though always oblique and mordant, they are never obscurantist. Punctuating the telling of this purportedly true crime story are the comically outré violence done and...
Yesterday afternoon I walked into Manila Social Club while Björn DelaCruz, inventor of the world famous golden doughnut, sat at a back table gilding one of them in six sheets of 24-karat gold. “First I made it for myself, and then for my family,” says DelaCruz about the creation of the doughnut. His latest creation rested on a cake platform; he used tweezers to apply individual flakes of gold all over it. “And now you’re making it for the world,” I...
Hi, you live in New York. You are not immune to the finer things in life, things like gold. But sometimes you enjoy more basic pleasures, too, like doughnuts. Because, damn, are they ever good. But what if there were a place in which high could meet low, where gold could meet doughnut? Well, guess what? There is, and it's called Willamsburg, which is now home to the world's first golden-flaked, champagne-imbued doughnut. This sparkly treat, literally coated in riches, was...

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