Adam Barnard

The History of the Pizza Is Seasoned With Official Lies and Political Misdeeds

(Photo by Sarang Pande on Unsplash)
As America celebrated National Pizza Day (February 9), it’s best that we understand the complicated route it took to our collective doorstep.   On April Fools’ Day back in 1957, the BBC famously broadcast a short documentary film showing a family harvesting their spaghetti trees for the season’s pasta crop. Hundreds of people were completely taken ... Read the full article
Adam Barnard

Adam Barnard has been a drummer/percussionist working with many bands around the Sydney scene for the last thirty-four years playing jazz, blues, rock'n'roll, country, and whatever else appeals to his imagination. He also repairs and restores drums, and he writes, sketches, and makes films. He makes a pretty passable lasagna too.

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