Late fall brings us a preponderance of seasonal brews, from ciders to Christmas porters to Glögg. But one you may not have heard of—and one you should definitely try—is wet-hopped beer, which is suddenly popping up in taprooms and being written about in Bon Appetit. So what is it?
+1 on all the kudos for this fascinating article. Old-school technology, a bunch of things I didn't know, and a human story of behind the scenes craftsmanship. And old wizards who know doughnuts have holes so you can save them on a pegboard.
It's taken many years and over a billion dollars to complete Fulton Center, a transit mega-hub that replaces the subway station destroyed on September 11. Today, the light-filled station finally opened to the public—but it almost didn't happen at all.
One thing I loved was that the president of the United States looked exactly like Orson Welles in 1938. Like many things in this movie: never mentioned, never explained, it just is.
And Corpse Bride as well. He's definitely Burton's go-to guy, but apparently they had a disagreement, so he used Howard Shore instead. I really like Shore's soundtrack too. He makes great use of a theremin. I love Elfman's work, but I don't think he would have been the right choice anyway. He's too, for lack of a…
Don't forget he pretty much did anything audio related in A Nightmare before Christmas.
Not everything, but most of Burton's. Elfman's first 'serious' film soundtrack (Forbidden Zone was basically Oingo Boingo: The Movie, so I don't really count that) was for Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, also Burton's first feature. Burton used him consistently until Ed Wood, which was scored by Howard Shore. Elfman did…
Not a bad song to have on "island rotation" for 24 hours. Much better than Thriller, which would drive me batty.
For those who are not aware, the lead singer and a mastermind of Oingo Boingo is Danny Elfman. You may know him from such soundtracks as everything directed by Tim Burton.
I've been to countless Boingo shows from the 70's through the 90's. Got to see them their last night on Halloween at Universal Amphitheater. Me and a friend had jumped the railing when the lights turn off (as all broke bitches do) to get to the good seats. When the rightful seat owners arrived and had us leave, we…
Werewolf Bar Mitzvah, spooky, scary. Boys becoming men. Men becoming wolves!
Gonna have to go with some "Don't Fear the Reaper," but I would prefer to listen to this version if it's gonna be for a whole 24 hours.
Correct album, incorrect song. The answer is: Just Another Day.
Anything by the Misfits.
That's a no-brainer. I humbly suggest "(Every Day is) Halloween" by Ministry.
Everybody's coming, leave your body at the door.
No no no... Dont tug on that! You never know what it might be attached to.
I always wanted to name one of my dogs Perfect Tommy. Unfortunately all my dogs have come with names. Oh, well i guess that's what kids are for.