Call for Essays About Any Aspect of Popular Culture, Present or Past

 
Bookmark and Share
Text:AAA
Monday, Apr 5, 2010
by PopMatters Staff
by Katherine Mangu-Ward
Reason (2 April 2010)

“Beat a raw egg white into a citrusy cocktail and you get a meringue-like effect, frothy and delicious. The resulting beverage—technically classified as a flip or fizz—is irresistible, not only to the connoisseurs who are fueling America’s cocktail renaissance but also to the food cops.”


Latest in Food

How British Social History Is Written Through Our Cookbooks
— Felicity Cloake (New Statesman, 27 June 2011)
Nearly 100 Fantastic Pieces of Journalism
— Conor Friedersdorf (The Atlantic, 4 May 2011)
The New Geopolitics of Food
— Lester R. Brown (Foreign Policy, May 2011)
Why "Top Chef" Gets Me Cooking
— Allen St. John (Salon, 16 June 2010)
I'm a Burgundy Man
— Mike Steinberger (Slate, 12 April 2010)
Cocktails Cops Can't Resist
— Katherine Mangu-Ward (Reason, 2 April 2010)
Hipsters on Food Stamps
— Jennifer Bleyer (Salon, 15 March 2010)
Russia’s Evolution, Seen Through Golden Arches
— Andrew E. Kramer (The New York Times, 1 February 2010)
Hipster Moonshine: Hooch Isn’t Just for Hillbillies Anymore
— Wayne Curtis (The Atlantic, April 2010)

Latest in Law

Historic Jazz Recordings Find a Home in Harlem, But You Can't Hear Them
— Steven Seidenberg (ABA Journal, 1 May 2011)
How Copyright Law Hurts Music, From Chuck D to Girl Talk
— Joe Fassler (The Atlantic, 12 April 2011)
Google Starts Censoring BitTorrent, RapidShare and More
— Ernesto (TorrentFreak, 26 January 2011)
Cocktails Cops Can't Resist
— Katherine Mangu-Ward (Reason, 2 April 2010)
Protecting and Enlarging the Digital Republic
— David Bollier (Amsterdam Law Forum, 2009)
The Conservative Case for Gay Marriage
— Theodore B. Olson (Newsweek, 9 January 2010)
Justice For All?
— Robert A. Delfino (The Philosophers’ Magazine, 14 July 2009)
Free Culture or "Digital Barbarism"? A Novelist on Copyright
— Nate Anderson (Ars Technica, 4 August 2009)
Avatar Acts: Why Online Realities Need Regulation
— Michael Tennesen (Scientific American, July 2009)
Who Owns the Rights to a Yodel?
— David Crossland (Spiegel, 22 July 2009)
discussion by

Comments
Now on PopMatters
PM Picks
Announcements

© 1999-2014 PopMatters.com. All rights reserved.
PopMatters.com™ and PopMatters™ are trademarks
of PopMatters Media, Inc.

PopMatters is wholly independently owned and operated.