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This week, we find out where a ’90s tourist guide will take you in modern day New York City, investigate the myth of high-protein diets, and check out a healthy, summery granola recipe. Hopefully the list contains a link for everyone. Happy reading!
- Dean Ornish writes about the myth of high-protein diets on The New York Times.
- Hopes & Fears shows you where a ’90s tourist guide will take you in New York.
- Artist and poet John Giorno has lived on the Bowery for half a century – T Magazine visits him there.
- A great Kickstarter campaign we can get behind: ENVELOP, a 3D sound platform creating a space in SF for live electronic music, DJ sets and educational workshops.
- « Twin Peaks without David Lynch is like…? », a video by the Twin Peaks cast trying to convince David Lynch to return to his director role for the new series. Find out more about the #savetwinpeaks campaign on The Verge.
- Looking for a more summery breakfast option? Then try That’s Food Darling‘s cashew, coconut and papaya granola recipe.
- Patagonia will soon be offering a free, mobile repair shop for anyone who brings in a garment, no matter the brand – Ecouterre reports.
- A new fashion film is about to hit the cinemas, this time about Raf Simons’ first collection for Dior. T Magazine has all the details.
- An interesting view on Twitter – Velcro City explains why he’s sick of the social media platform.
- T Magazine spends some time in the kitchen with artist Jackson Pollock.