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Roundup December, 18 2010

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One Man’s Style bring us Friday’s roundup…

01. Jamie Oliver’s TED Prize wish: Teach every child about food

“Sharing powerful stories from his anti-obesity project in Huntington, W. Va., TED Prize winner Jamie Oliver makes the case for an all-out assault on our ignorance of food.” (ted)

02. Paul Barbera – Love Lost (above)

“My name is Paul Barbera, I’m a photographer. Love – Lost is an ongoing Narrative… Working on it as I travel, I will add stories from time to time.” (lovelost)

03. Marcelo Burlon

“It seems like everybody already knows Marcelo Burlon. And I bet that no matter where you live on this planet he probably knows more people in your city than you do. I mean in the end the fashion world is small, everybody knows everybody, but how come everybody wants a glimpse of this guy?Because he’s throwing amazing parties? Maybe.Because he’s organizing top-notch events? Maybe.Because he seems to be at three places at the same time. Maybe.Because he knows the right people?” (made)

04. GQ Eats: The 10 Best New Restaurants in America

“America’s food renaissance keeps expanding, in all kinds of creative directions—not all of them fancy. From a $20 million gamble in Manhattan to a desolate block in Oakland, our tireless food correspondent, Alan Richman, crisscrossed the country in search of the best and tastiest this land has to offer. Start booking those tables now.” (gq)

05. Scott Caan Photographs Vol. 1

“This book exposes the raw photojournalism of actor/writer/director/photographer Scott Caan, chronicling his work thus far. This series of unapologetic photos is directed at art connoiseurs, young Hollywood voyeurs, fashionistas, and street-obsessed youth. Scott’s passionate, and gutsy, attitude has distinguished him as a photographer and allowed him to compose intimate images that are without question inaccessible to the masses. ” (sc)


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