Late 1920s, United States of America. During a round of Beano, a variation of the original Italian Lotto, a player – gender unconfirmed – shouts Bingo instead. E. S. Lowe is within earshot and shortly after produces the newly titled game we know and love today.
A week or so prior to the documentary I saw the brilliantly made and very enjoyable ‘Get Out’ (2017) directed by Jordan Peele. It’s his first time behind the camera, but he’s a highly established and rightly well loved American comedian as part of the sketch show ‘Key & Peele’, both of whom had a very funny turn in last years delight ‘Keanu’ (2016).
Naoko Yamada’s chosen method of contributing to the further betterment of mankind (hopefully forever) is through the medium of anime, with her latest being the incredibly beautiful ‘A Silent Voice’ (2016).
I’ve always been a big fan of indie film company Oscilloscope Laboratories founded by Beastie Boy Adam Yauch and A24 founder David Fenkel. Every time their very distinct logo pops up in the opening credits of a film you know you’re going to be presented with something wonderfully idiosyncratic, unique and rewarding.
With Easter racing towards us, it is likely that we will all pop into our local coffee shop for that much-needed caffeine boost, and with the rise of coffee bars come actual bars opening, it is becoming more common that the barista who carefully makes your morning coffee, will also be the mixologist who serves you that well-deserved drink at the end of a long week.
Years ago we used to dress to impress. Just take a look at the original Ocean’s 11 film and you’ll see a cast of…
The Tagliatelle, called ‘Himanthalia’ was picked straight from the rocks and was nicknamed ‘Sea Spaghetti’. Fast-forward to 2016 and the ‘ISea Pasta’ brand launches in Germany, Belgium, Australia.