#cultural-appropriation

A New Marketing Platform Features a Chef Lineup With Rick Bayless, Beverly Kim, and Darnell Reed
Sarah Stegner has long been an advocate for the farmers who supply the vegetables and produce for her restaurant.
An Island by Karen Jennings review - compact allegory of postcolonialism
outh African Karen Jennings is the only writer published by a small press to make the Booker longlist.
Can We Fix America's Food-Appropriation Problem?
Last month, a small-business owner named Karen Taylor made national headlines for all the wrong reasons.
A White Woman From Oregon Is Getting Called Out For Claiming to 'Improve' Congee
In 2017, white Eugene-based acupuncturist and business owner Karen (yes, Karen) Taylor launched her rice porridge company Breakfast Cure, pre-packaged packs of flavored rice customers make into slow-cooker congee.
Fat Rice Reopens With a New Name a Year After Worker Revolt
For the last few months, passersby have seen people coming in and out of Fat Rice, the Logan Square restaurant that closed in June 2020 after workers painted a picture of a toxic work environment under owners Abe Conlon and Adrienne Lo.
V&A exhibition will use 250 objects to highlight creativity of African fashion
An exhibition about African fashion at the Victoria and Albert Museum will attempt to reframe the narrative about the continent, showcasing its independence and creativity following decades of false assumptions.
Lana Del Rey shares Blue Banisters cover art, teases new single
Lana Del Rey had originally intended to release her next album Blue Banisters on Fourth of July. But now, as Del Rey revealed on the eve of America's birthday, those plans have now been pushed back.
Dear Care and Feeding: My Husband and I Cannot Agree on How to Put Our Twins to Bed
I am almost 5 months pregnant with our first children-a set of twins.
How should our kids end the school year? In Belgium they'd sing drinking songs
second school year is drawing to a close without sports days, prize-givings and summer fetes in their usual form, and without parents in attendance.
Jon Hassell: radical musician who studied with Stockhausen and worked with Eno
y the time Jon Hassell became a revered figure - the kind of determinedly non-commercial, avant-garde artist whose ideas are so strong and so forward-thinking they end up influencing the mainstream regardless - he was already middle-aged, but had crammed a lifetime's worth of musical experience into his 40 years.