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Is It All Over My Face? — Diner Journal 28

 

 

“I make mixes so as to do something with all the time I spend listening. I get lost in playing songs. Mixing makes you step out. You realize what songs matter? You make choices, you learn new associations, and, most importantly, you make them with an audience in mind. It’s a social end to my private world of listening.”  – Playlist by Guy Greenberg

Diner Journal 28 release party at Achilles Heel on October 2nd at 7:00p.m..

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Karaoke Manifesto — Diner Journal 28

 

 

“This moment changed karaoke for me forever, not because I hadn’t enjoyed karaoke before, but because it altered my ideas about what karaoke can do. Like a good pop song, the right karaoke song at the right moment has the power to invoke a shared “something” in a room full of strangers. It can invoke a mood or a collective nostalgia. It can push us past thresholds of seriousness.” — Hannah Tepper

Diner Journal 28 release party at Achilles Heel on October 2nd at 7:00p.m..

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Doll Face — Diner Journal 28

 

 

“In selecting and ordering these songs I tried to find a rhythm, an arc, and a connecting thread. Steady bubbling never quite boiling. That’s most often the music I identify with.” –Playlist by Joshua Wiles

Diner Journal 28 release party at Achilles Heel on October 2nd at 7:00p.m..

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She Has Arrived…

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A sentiment. A lyric. Sonny’s glass of scotch and milk on the piano. Music embarrasses us and I love that about it. Diner Journal’s music issue is a meditation not only on sentimentality, flexibility, mimicry, karaoke, astrology, opera and heavy metal, but also hash browns, vinegar chicken, and sugar steak with blackened peppers.

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Urban Ag Class at Marlow & Daughters

Professor Greyson returned with her awesome summer session NYU Urban Agriculture class. They toured Daughters, Marlow & Sons, and Diner, learning about how we do what we do and asking great questions. It was an inspiring day for everyone!

Here is Christian describing the je ne sais quoi of grass fed and finished beef.

 

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Bike Yard at Marlow & Sons

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A ton of people got hooked up with the perfect knowledge share/summertime tune-up Thursday afternoon when Bike Yard guru Austin Horse, rolled up into the bike corral in front of Marlow & Sons. Bike Yard is mobile co-operative bike repair– they bring the tools and guidance, it’s collaborative. You need to check it out.

 

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NYU Food Studies x Marlow & Daughters

 

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We loved hosting Prof. Amy Bentley and Laurel Greyson and the class of professors from around the country learning about Food Studies last week! Thank you for visiting!

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The Grand Aioli

We’re bringing back our late Spring-Summer Monday night special– the Grand Aioli.  It’s a large appetizer plate. Perfect to share, something for everyone to be excited about after their beach weekend. The ingredients change every week depending on what produce and fish are super fresh — vegetables battered and fried or salty and blanched, marinated or pickled little fish, all hanging around a big bowl of garlicky mayo.

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Happy 1st Birthday, Achilles Heel!

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