Use them with abandon! It is the summertime of sauce.
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Now, it is practically nothing to do with béarnaise or XO, but “A Double Lifestyle,” by Flynn Berry, about a daughter’s marriage with her lacking father, an aristocrat accused of murder, is a thrilling read for the beach front or fire escape.
And you need to definitely think about Sam Sanders’s “Nearer to the Nursing Home,” in Popula, a glance-back again assessment of the celeb journal Nearer: “I noticed a duplicate for the to start with time in a long time a handful of weeks in the past,” she wrote, “and I preferred to see what it was up to now, how badly it had aged — basic ex things.”
Here’s Peter Schjeldahl in The New Yorker on how the Medici were painted by the artists they supported.
Funkadelic’s third album, “Maggot Mind,” is turning 50. The Times went deep on a just before-and-immediately after appear at the new music that knowledgeable it, and the new music it informed, and it’s a wonderful experience to take a look at it all. Do that.
Finally, as a range of language academics pointed out to me, I blew the French for the motto of the Association de sauvegarde de l’oeuf mayonnaise in Monday’s e-newsletter. It is “Le temps passe, les oeufs durent” (not “les temps” and not “passé). “Time passes, the eggs past.” My large university French trainer would practically rap my knuckles for that. Apologies. I’ll be back on Friday.