Fresh City Life at Central is presenting The Bad Seed as a part of their film series this month and it made me think about other movies that I did not realize were based on books. Here are some others that I hadn't realized were inspired by novels:
Four talented chefs, four spectacular, moist and delicious breads -- but only one will be crowned the winner.
Fresh City Life is bringing together food entrepreneurs and chefs for Battle Quick Bread – including Ellen Daehnick of Helliemae’s Salt Caramels. Though Ellen has a legion of fans who love her caramel sauces and candies, she jumped at the chance to compete for the bragging rights of Best Quick Bread. When asked about the competition, she said, “Look, I’ve got excellent recipes for quick breads with caramel in them, but maybe I’ll mix it up and do something chocolatey or with a touch of booze.
"The best things in life are free. But you can give them to the birds and bees. I want money." -- The Flying Lizards
Social workers are notoriously underpaid and most of them have copious student loans to pay off while working relatively thankless jobs and trying to make ends meet. Emily Anderson fit that description perfectly – finding herself financially strapped much of the time – until she went on a spending fast. Emily shares the ins and outs of money fasting this month at the Denver Public Library:
Fresh City Life has been presenting a monthly game night for a year or so; it's been perking along under the name WordNerds and drawing happy crowds to Mad Wine and Novo Coffee (our partners in this gathering for game players).
Little Edie's style lives on in fashion, decor and crafting.
"This is the best thing to wear for today, you understand. Because I don't like women in skirts and the best thing is to wear pantyhose or some pants under a short skirt, I think. Then you have the pants under the skirt and then you can pull the stockings up over the pants underneath the skirt. And you can always take off the skirt and use it as a cape. So I think this is the best costume for today." -- Little Edie, Grey Gardens
ArtSkool debuts with a workshop that highlights one of the first art mediums: Mud!
1. Existing at or from the beginning of time, primeval -- the primordial oceans
2. (esp. of a state or quality) Basic and fundamental -- the primordial needs of the masses
While it's unlikely that the first sea creature to give land a try looked back at its tracks and noted the artistic pattern they made in the mud -- clay was and remains one of our primordial materials for making art.