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Jonathan Gold

Authenticity, Culture and the Korean Taco

Event Details

Date
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Time
7:30 p.m.
Description
This is a Humanities Without Boundaries event, the flagship program of the Center for the Humanities. Jonathan Gold is a Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic for LA Weekly, as well as one of the great observers of LA as a global city. His columns -- “Meat as Sculpture,” “The Thaiest Thai in Thai-Town,” “La Cevicherria: Blood and Clams” -- are eagerly devoured by gourmands and culture hounds, alike. Note to local foodies: Gold is partial to the Dane County Farmers Market.
Cost
Free

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