The Tatanka street food truck serves wild rice, cornflour cakes and wild greens using local, organic ingredients. It’s mission is to redefine American food Travel across the US and the cuisine doesn’t change much from state to state.
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Basic income activist Scott Santens in New Orleans (Courtesy Katie Smith) Scott Santens has been thinking a lot about fish lately. Specifically, he’s been reflecting on the aphorism, “If you give a man a fish, he eats for a day.
Internet cafes in Japan are nothing new: They’ve existed for over a decade, but in the mid 2000’s, customers began using these spaces as living quarters. Filmmaker Shiho Fukada turns his lens on Internet cafe refugees in his somber documentary short,...
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