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Taylor Matthew just watched the “Food and Your Senses” interactive program put on as a collaboration between the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and the Museum of Food and Culture. The program was co-hosted by Rachel Waugh, director/founder of the Museum of Food and Culture.

     The program description reads: “Gather the kids in your family and friend circles for a virtual variety show featuring food and your senses! Get ready to put your taste buds to the test, using food you have around the house to create wacky taste combinations, watch what happens when a science educator and chef stir up a recipe you too can do from home, and make some art with spices you have around the house! Follow along with us during tonight’s event using the detailed Cereal Treat Recipe, Sensory Spice Painting Guide, and Explore Your Five Tastes Tasting Worksheet.”

     Alas, not all loves are the love. Zach Lambros is once again accepting girlfriend applications.

     Anne Cooperstone’s short fiction “Floaters” was selected to appear in the Best Microfiction 2021 anthology, and is available in bookstores worldwide in June.

     Surprising everyone, Sam Shillet actually moved out to Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

     Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll already know that Ali Felman got a dog. His name is Ponyboy, and he’s perfect. She’s still working at the Trevor Project, but now she’s also fishing cigarette butts and pizza crusts out of her dog’s mouth as a second job.

KEYONNE SESSION | ksession@wesleyan.edu