May 2010

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47 articles in May 2010

I enjoyed Gaiman's fantasy novel American Gods. It's a somewhat meandering novel (though why it meanders eventually makes sense) but with good characters and an interesting plot. The fantasy element assumes that America itself has no gods. Rather our immigrants, whether on a land bridge 14000 years ago or on …

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I asked Alexander – who actually co-owns the Villa Caffe & Imbibery on Market Street with Robyn Murphy – what the dinner special was for the night. He replied spaghetti, which was thrilling news. After he submitted the order to Murphy in the back kitchen, he reappeared to explain he …

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