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If we had kids, we certainly wouldn't let them watch Lady Gaga's "Telephone," music video, what with the prison sex, poison, and outrageously racy outfits. But though Gaga's artistic vision skewed decidedly rated "R," it seems that the lyrics all by themselves makes for a delicious story for the little ones. Case in point—artist Andrew Kolb tones down Gagaloo considerably in this charming vintage children's book, with zany graphics that are more Auntie Mame than, say S&M. (Flavorwire)
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Images via Andrew Kolb.
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You've heard all the jokes about British cuisine. You know, about the bland, doughy, deep-fried fare that gets served up at pubs and the like. You'd fire back, but, frankly, you're too busy feasting your way through London to bother. The city that was once a punchline for food snobs is now a gastronomic capital — and read