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“The Joke's on History”: Retro-Reality, Twee, and Mediated Nostalgia in La La Land The phrase lends itself perfectly to a film that employs cotton-candy cinematography. Sebastian drives a 1982 Buick Riviera convertible and listens to music on a tape deck. He plays vinyl jazz records at home . And the needle-scraping ending of such [...]
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Monthly POP: Panels of Purpose – September 2018 Time to get into the Halloween spirit a touch early with our favorite panels from comic books released in September 2018. These are the very best panels from Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, and more as we hand selected the best, funniest, scariest, and all [...]
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Discovering the fascinating history of Canobie Lake Park's storied ballroom The typical sweet scents of cotton candy and fried dough that evoke sentimental memories waft through the air as Nicoli and I leave the security area and blend our way into the park. Almost every New Being heard over the radio was a very long [...]
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This Week in Milwaukee: Oct 4-10, 2018 Released this may on Frenchkiss Records, her fourth and most recent solo album, Rebound, is one of her most unique yet, a deeply personal album she recorded on her own using drum machines and synthesizers. from Drift, Brazilian cuisine from Tudo [...]
[May 11, 2010] May 11, 2010 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Candy lovers can now make cotton candy from home using sugar free or hard candy with the release of a fun, exciting cotton candy machine (http://www.nostalgiaelectrics.com/default.asp?c=7&p=394) from Nostalgia Products Group (http://www.nostalgiaelectrics.com/), LLC. The Hard and Sugar Free Cotton Candy Maker uses pieces of either hard candy or sugar free candy to create delicious candy floss. It has a suggested retail price of $39.99...
ALTHOUGH penny candies haven’t cost a cent for a long time, they are still relatively cheap treats. That may be one reason that retro-themed candy shops have been opening around the state, defying the difficult economy. “The great thing about bulk candy is that you can go by your budget and spend what you have,” said Liliana Carvalho, 40, owner of Lily’s Kandy Kloudz in Millburn, which opened in November. “Kids come in and spend 50 cents or $10.”Following is a sampling of New Jersey sweet...