If you are or were a Game of Thrones fan, you might recognise elements from today’s episode of our Summer Series on The Renaissance.
That is to say, the gory parts, and the rather immoral approach to public affairs that many of the would-be rulers displayed.
It’s rather long, though, so I won’t keep you.
Also, I’m babysitting Roomie the ENTIRE DAY, as her petting zoo is closed for their annual summer break.
Here you go then, and I’ll get back to Masha e Orso.
(All episodes published so far can be accessed, along with the entire Summer Series from 2020 and 2021, from our History page.)
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Gianni is a gourmet journalist who is increasingly cynical about the popular ‘Slow Food’ movement. He persuades his editor to let him spend the summer searching out and reviewing ‘Slow Food’ events, but the more he finds out, the more his fears seem to be confirmed…
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