social column


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social column

n (Press) → cronaca mondana
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You'll notice that food themes trickle in throughout this issue's pages, from the Social column featuring German artist and photographer Marius Sperlich (page 30), to our Studio Visit at the Philadelphia ceramic factory of Felt + Fat (page 36), to our Gallery (page 146), about a thick new book by product designer Carolien Niebling that explores sausage as a design object.
In the Sport and Social column she about a string of antics, including cycling underwater, flipping pancakes, cooking pasta and investigating whether oysters really are an aphrodisiac, which some people reportedly found "silly and boring".
Now I find that she has actually been writing a social column for the past several months, and when I complain they say, "What can we do if you refuse to drive after dark?
I HAVE to admit I was a little taken aback after being asked to write a new social column for the GDN, particularly since this has for years been the territory of the paper's deputy editor Les Horton - who is currently in the UK for medical reasons.
I know not because I'm an A-lister and only mingle with the terribly windswept and interesting, but because one of the English tabloids felt they had to report the wee fellow's emotional moment in their social column.
The requirements for fame used to be talent and skill - now it seems that appearing in a reality TV show or writing a social column in a newspaper makes you a national icon.
She developed the social column "Over Your Coffee" for the Life section of the paper.
under the social column, benefits appear as positive and costs appear as negative.
In the Sport and Social column she wrote about a string of antics, including cycling underwater, flipping pancakes, cooking pasta and investigating whether oysters really are an aphrodisiac, which some people reportedly found "silly and boring".
She's been on the social scene for years and has served on every committee and is a personal friend of just about everybody whose name appears in a social column.
After she had her first son Edward, Amanda decided that she couldn't write a social column anymore.