Thirsty? How about trying out a "Fancy Pants",aka cocktail of the stars.
You’ll need:
- Goldschlager
- Pink Moscato Champagne
- Grenadine
- Champagne Flute
You’re so fancy. You should taste this gold.
You’ll want a champagne flute for the full fanciness effect. Start with a shot of Goldschlager (try to get a few gold-leaf flecks in there for good measure). Add grenadine or simple syrup to taste, but don’t get carried away. Then top with champagne and enjoy.
For all of this month’s golden drinks, read Cocktail Anatomy.

Thirsty? How about trying out a "Fancy Pants",aka cocktail of the stars.

You’ll need:

- Goldschlager

- Pink Moscato Champagne

- Grenadine

- Champagne Flute

You’re so fancy. You should taste this gold.

You’ll want a champagne flute for the full fanciness effect. Start with a shot of Goldschlager (try to get a few gold-leaf flecks in there for good measure). Add grenadine or simple syrup to taste, but don’t get carried away. Then top with champagne and enjoy.

For all of this month’s golden drinks, read Cocktail Anatomy.

READ: Striking Gold by Ale and Gabby C.
"A flawed character is an interesting character – just look at the league of anti-heros that has cropped up in this so-called Golden Age of Television. While it’s fun to watch people fuck up (hello, Girls), an audience will care about a character more if they’re on some sort of trajectory toward self-improvement. No one can be perfect, but on the imaginary ladder of character development, some eventually obtain the ever-elusive Gold Character status. These characters have reached a place in their lives where they can be the best version of themselves – they might be flawed, but they ultimately enhance their surroundings, and they don’t have to sacrifice who they are to do it.”
inconnu magazine - GOLD | April 2014
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READ: Striking Gold by Ale and Gabby C.
"A flawed character is an interesting character – just look at the league of anti-heros that has cropped up in this so-called Golden Age of Television. While it’s fun to watch people fuck up (hello, Girls), an audience will care about a character more if they’re on some sort of trajectory toward self-improvement. No one can be perfect, but on the imaginary ladder of character development, some eventually obtain the ever-elusive Gold Character status. These characters have reached a place in their lives where they can be the best version of themselves – they might be flawed, but they ultimately enhance their surroundings, and they don’t have to sacrifice who they are to do it.”
inconnu magazine - GOLD | April 2014
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READ: Striking Gold by Ale and Gabby C.
"A flawed character is an interesting character – just look at the league of anti-heros that has cropped up in this so-called Golden Age of Television. While it’s fun to watch people fuck up (hello, Girls), an audience will care about a character more if they’re on some sort of trajectory toward self-improvement. No one can be perfect, but on the imaginary ladder of character development, some eventually obtain the ever-elusive Gold Character status. These characters have reached a place in their lives where they can be the best version of themselves – they might be flawed, but they ultimately enhance their surroundings, and they don’t have to sacrifice who they are to do it.”
inconnu magazine - GOLD | April 2014
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READ: Striking Gold by Ale and Gabby C.
"A flawed character is an interesting character – just look at the league of anti-heros that has cropped up in this so-called Golden Age of Television. While it’s fun to watch people fuck up (hello, Girls), an audience will care about a character more if they’re on some sort of trajectory toward self-improvement. No one can be perfect, but on the imaginary ladder of character development, some eventually obtain the ever-elusive Gold Character status. These characters have reached a place in their lives where they can be the best version of themselves – they might be flawed, but they ultimately enhance their surroundings, and they don’t have to sacrifice who they are to do it.”
inconnu magazine - GOLD | April 2014
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READ: Striking Gold by Ale and Gabby C.

"A flawed character is an interesting character – just look at the league of anti-heros that has cropped up in this so-called Golden Age of Television. While it’s fun to watch people fuck up (hello, Girls), an audience will care about a character more if they’re on some sort of trajectory toward self-improvement. No one can be perfect, but on the imaginary ladder of character development, some eventually obtain the ever-elusive Gold Character status. These characters have reached a place in their lives where they can be the best version of themselves – they might be flawed, but they ultimately enhance their surroundings, and they don’t have to sacrifice who they are to do it.”

inconnu magazine - GOLD | April 2014

Review: The Thousand Dollar Tan Line by Taylor 
“Veronica is more vulnerable in Tan Line than she’s ever been. Even during the Hearst rape investigations, on the roof of the Neptune Grand with Beaver, and while running from Aaron Echolls, Veronica knew she had backup. Here, her interactions with Logan, Keith, and Weevil–the three men in Veronica’s life who she most frequently and constantly relied on for support with her cases–are distant and uncomfortable at best. But I don’t think this was a weakness in the novel.”
Read the rest of the review on inconnu!

Review: The Thousand Dollar Tan Line by Taylor 

Veronica is more vulnerable in Tan Line than she’s ever been. Even during the Hearst rape investigations, on the roof of the Neptune Grand with Beaver, and while running from Aaron Echolls, Veronica knew she had backup. Here, her interactions with Logan, Keith, and Weevil–the three men in Veronica’s life who she most frequently and constantly relied on for support with her cases–are distant and uncomfortable at best. But I don’t think this was a weakness in the novel.”

Read the rest of the review on inconnu!

Modern Retelling: Rumplestiltskin
“The man worked in a General Mills factory. He knew that even with his hourly earnings combined with his laughable retirement plan, he would never make enough money to send his daughter off to the elite liberal arts college that she pined over while stuck in trigonometry class." 
By Vanessa Willoughby
inconnu magazine - April ‘14

Modern Retelling: Rumplestiltskin

The man worked in a General Mills factory. He knew that even with his hourly earnings combined with his laughable retirement plan, he would never make enough money to send his daughter off to the elite liberal arts college that she pined over while stuck in trigonometry class.

By Vanessa Willoughby

inconnu magazine - April ‘14