Author: Elizabeth Nelson

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You may not know the name James Jackson Toth, which is both a shame and kind of the point. Over the past twenty years, Toth has rendered his voluminous catalog of astonishing songs through various sobriquets including Wooden Wand, One Eleven Heavy and the mysterious Jescos. His journey through the beating heart of American indie […]
In case you missed it, over at The Ringer I wrote about the 20th anniversary of Anthony Bourdain’s industry-disrupting “Kitchen Confidential”, the memoir which set into motion his remarkable second career as a cultural ambassador. In the just over two years since his tragic death, Bourdain has taken on a near-mythic stature as an emissary […]
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