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Discover how Amy's Kitchen wraps up their scrumptious rice and pinto bean burritos; an Oregon-based company adds a double shot of bacon to lip smacking fried rice that never meets the fryer; sweet little Maraschino cherries get their signature color; and the makers of classic Abba-Zaba candy bars get that perfect combo of chewy taffy and creamy peanut butter.
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A short biography of Damien Hirst who led the Young British Artists in the late 1980s. His works often utilize formaldehyde and dead animals, as in his piece "The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living."
A short biography of Damien Hirst who emerged as the leader of the Young British Artists, or YBAs, in the late 1980s and 1990s. His works often utilize formaldehyde and dead animals, such as the 14-foot tiger shark in his piece "The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living."
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In the 1990s, London's artists and cultural tastemakers embraced their British roots. Pop acts like Oasis, Elastica and the Spice Girls dominated 90's music, and reinforced British pride with symbolic use of the Union Flag—Oasis member Noel Gallagher famously used a Union Jack guitar while "Ginger Spice" Geri Halliwell wore the symbol on her trademark, flashy dress. The period was also marked by influential designers like John Galliano and Alexander McQueen, whose unique designs established numerous fashion trends for the decade. Biography.com celebrates these prominent figures, and the many others who led the way for "Cool Britannia."
Cool Britannia - Cultural Icons: 1990s
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