Hur brun var maten på 1960-talet egentligen? I kokboken Goda Grytor från ICA:s provkök, först publicerad 1968, i samarbete med Gastronomiska akademin, finns ett recept från Stig Lindberg, Coq au vin à la Lindberg. Den serveras på bilden i en gryta från Lindbergs Coq au vin-serie. Stig diplomerades av akademin 1964.
Almedaliska, alpinabstinens, analytikermassage, anti-hipstermat, attackbajsa, avgrisa, avgubbat, avloppsfilm
Bajsfest, balkongbiologer, barnkarta, barnkonsekvensanalys, batterihund, batteritåg, bengalman, betonggala, blockhalsstarrighet, bluffbränsle, bluffdöv, blåljusfamiljen, blöjrektor, Bolibompa-paket, brandfängd, brutalistvandring, bönelokalsgaranti
Dejt-ilska, diskbänksexistensialism, diskbänkshämnare, djurambulans, dumpster-dykare, duttifiera
Flyktingkatt, flyktingmoduler, forntidsgraffiti, framtidsdrink, fulspolare, fulsäljsproblematiken, fuskbilar, färsfuska, fördomsmoln, förgröningstrend, förgullning,
Gammelhipster-tv, genediterad, gerontosegment, Gollum-hån, GPS-avlivning, grodkokar-faktoiden, grottkopia, gymnasieby, gåshuds-TV
Hipstermagnet, hipstrig/t, hudfärgskontrollant, Hugo Rask-prototyp, hullkontroll, hundcampus, hundraket, hyrsocionom, hängaplats, härodlade, högriskmatch, höstfalla
Insektsmjöl, insektsvaccin, Internetaforist, invigningsmärklighet
Jazzarkeolog, jihadistantropolog, jojkpolis, jordgubbstrategi, journalistisolerad, julmusthjälte, julsekt
Kameleontfunktion, katastrofutfodring, kattotek, klickokrati, klimat-trauma, klimat-tvivlare, klorkyckling. kolbomb, kompiskarta, komplettist, konfirmandslät, kulingkaffe, kulturmassaker, kärnkraftsäl
Legotroll, lill-påve, livbåtsetik, livspusselstress, luffarsäker, luftgödsling, lumber-sexuell, lågtrycksfamilj
Maskmüsli, matinstagrammare, medelåldersmys(ifierat), mellanmjölksartist, melodöds-låt, mitokondriemamma, molnkompott, morfingen, munkavle-risk, myggfrågan, Månster-seger, mörtfadder
Nattladda, naturolyckssamordnare, navelfobi, neandertalisering, nedbemanning, nederbördsmix, negerbollsmaffian, Nobel-het, normalhatet, normalpenis, Norrland-staket, norrskensalarm, nutritionism, nyhetsundvikare, nykriminalisering, näbbmysterium, nära-döden-kriterie, nätmediebubblan
Pappakort, pekskärmsgenerationen, pippifierad, planetskötare, poff!-faktorn, professorsproletariat, psykbrudar, pulverdrama, pungfest, påvebutik, påve-pizza
Rawfood-drottning, rawtårta, rensgallerdrama, retrodammig, retrointernet, riskstruktur, robotbebis, ruinporr, runbluff, runstensadoption, rymdsylt, rådgivningssamhället, råttkirurgi, räkilska, röst-tvilling
Safarijournalistik, samefiering, sandmaffia, sekretess-hysteriskt, selfie-olyckor, selfierad, signalvärde, skogshardcore, skrotkompositör, skräckfärja, skräckindex, skrämselkonsulent, skuggsamhälle, skägghimlen, skärmsnegling, slöjdpoesi, snoppchock, snygg-bonde, sommarreptil, sopförbrännare, sopperfektionist, spegelfaktor, spökgroddar, spökvargar, streamingtjänstgeneration, svarta hål-resenär, svenskmärkning, sönderjulad
Talangstruktur, tillsyna, tillväxtchef, topsningsrutin, torrhugga, triage, tsarkasm, tvestjärtshotell, twitterlistan, twitter-vurpa
Undergångstablån, urinman, utbrändhetstystnad, utevaro, utsläppsfusk, utvinningslandskap
Vaniljporr, vargminister, vildsnö, vinterkyrka, vodkabil, wrapsemmeltrenden, vulkanpizza, våldskapital, väderdepression, väsktant, västalgi, vävnadssamordnare
I am going through my film star pics from the 1950’s with lots of pics of Rock Hudson and Doris Day. I don’t think I ever saw a movie with Rock Hudson but still he was one of my collecting themes.
I also find this card, of what I as a kid considered to be a little old lady. Now looking at other photos of this actor I see that she is wearing unusually much clothes here. She was rather big in the 40’s to 60’s it appears.
There is a strange story to her death in brain cancer in 1975. She starred as Genghis Khan’s wife Bortai against John Wayne in The Conqueror (ranked as one of the worst films ever). The recording took place in Utah, downwind of a nuclear test site. 24 years later, 91 of 220 in the cast and crew had developed cancer and 46 had died from this. Wheter this is a high share or not seems to be matter of discussion.
Genghis Khan’s and Börte’s lives have more recently been depicted in Mongol based, I believe, on Conn Iggulden’s books.
Frida Stéenhoff was a Swedish author living in Sundsvall in central Sweden and in Stockholm. She was well educated, and was a radical liberal advocating female rights and a more free love life, in her novels, plays and pamphlets. In a recent book, Blott ett annat namn för ljus (Just another name for light; 2007), published by the editorial Rosenlarv, her ideas are presented in an essay, a short story, and a play.
She lived between 1865 and 1945, a time when it was not so easy to actually practice these ideals. It is interesting to contrast this with the life just a half century later, of Tove Jansson and her partner from the 1950’s and on Tuulikki Pietilä (who by the way recently – February 23 – passed away), who were born in 1915 and 1917, respectively. They each separately, and together, managed to live their lives without the restrictions of various kinds that Stéenhoff describes so well in her writing.
Tove Jansson did not need to argue for a free life, instead she could picture the complications of relationships of human life, whether in the Moominvalley or in short stories about the life with Tuulikki.
To the city hall of Umeå, a ceramic fountain designed by Stig Lindberg was moved. Sadly enough, parts of the fountain were cut off in connection with the change of location and have not been found again. Nor are there any sketches or drawings showing what it should look like. Furthermore, the fountain has not been maintained well so it is in a bad shape. This means it will not be possible to restore the work and it will most likely be put into storage.
It was made in 1962 for the newbuilt Centrum House, close to the Renmark square where the outdoor fountain still is placed (see Jan 27 entry). There it overlooked an indoor plaza in a shopping mall and even housed shoals of gold fishes.
Photo by Hanna Eriksson, source VK.se
….singing at the congas. Lalehs voice has grown a lot lately but it seems she almost doesn’t dare using it fully in all songs. Her appearance is still a rainbow of genres – everything from cabaret to Melanie to Niyaz – but all still totally Lalish.
I think about the nerdish and sour critic who wrote about her new album that she is just another ordinary singer-songwriter – he has not understood that she is one of those rare performers with a special radiation and presence on stage.
She has the audience totally in her hands, we even leave when she tells us the concert is over…we obey with a foolish smile in our faces and walk out like hypnotised while the band keeps playing the last tune. I even see bags and shoes that people forgot to take with them….
Today, February 12, is the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth. He holds a unique position in biology as one of two founders of the theory of evolution by natural selection. Although his book The Origin of Species also holds an anniversary, the 150th, this year, its ideas are still surprisingly fresh and up-to-date.
I have written in earlier entries (2006) about Darwin and his travels on the Beagle, and over land on the Isla grande de Chiloë, and also about his theory. The travels were crucial in the devlopment of his theories. It took him many years to arrive at the publishing of the ideas he knew would arouse a lot of debate – not until the young Alfred Russell Wallace (another extensive, but more unlucky, traveller) approached him with the same conclusions.
However most people did not actually grasp the mechanisms for evolution that they proposed, and still today I find that it is not so easy for biology students, let alone the general public, to understand the seemingly simple but quite intricate idea of evolution by natural selection. It is probably the combination of different prerequisites that is the difficult thing – the more or less random variation in inherited traits, and the (sometimes) directed force of natural selection.
On the Swedish Radio webb there is now available a lot of material about Darwin.