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Amanda Boyd Walters
It’s dark and smoky, with chunks of sausage and chicken, thickened with okra, and studded with celery, peppers, and onion. Traditionally, it’s served over rice, but tradition is meant to be toyed with, so get the gumbo fries.
The sets and costumes hark back to the movie, giving this already trippy production another layer of beautiful strangeness.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Cincinnati Wildflower Preservation Society—founded in 1917 by botanist E. Lucy Braun—the Lloyd Library is collaborating with the society and the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden on a special exhibition.
The man behind the TSA’s funny—and surprisingly informative—Instagram feed.