When it comes to culture, we’re interested in lots of it… music, art, sports, and most of all, food. Here’s what we’re into this week:
1. How To Survive the Yayoi Kusama Show at the Hirshhorn Museum | Washington Post
If you live in the DC area, the amount of pictures circulating on Insta from the Infinity Mirrors exhibit has been, well, infinite. Planning a trip soon? Here’s all you need to know about stepping into the artist’s never-ending galaxy, neon yellow pumpkin patch, and so much more. Props to you Kusama — this one’s phallic and fabulous.
2. Where to Eat in Austin During South by Southwest 2017 | Food and Wine
Whether you’re already on your flight or living through Snapchat stories, it’s always good to be in-the-know about where to grab the best bite. As the article says, “the city has so much more than breakfast tacos, booze and barbecue.” Bring it on.
3. When Home Cooking Goes Hilariously Wrong | Thrillist
We’ve all had horrible cooking disasters — switching sugar for salt, baking soda for baking powder, or worse, starting a toaster fire — but some people have been in the danger zone 10x more than we can ever imagine. From turning turkeys green to microwave lasagna, here are some pretty cringe worthy kitchen tales.
Half of us is like “this is sick,” but the other half of us is thinking the robot revolution is coming earlier than expected. These temporary ink tattoos use electricity to measure temperature and store data (think shopping with your ink as your credit card), but their potential is *limitless*. Hello, human smart devices.
5. Pictures Show Stunning Inequality in World Water Use | National Geographic
If this isn’t a wakeup call, then what is? The amount of water this typical NYC family uses compared to families across the globe, from Jordan to Malawi, makes you stop and think about how precious every glass, bath, and bottle is. Currently appreciating water like never before.