Harmony Korine is featured in the launch issue of the digital magazine DUST. The magazine is available for purchase here.
Rachel Korine offers a recipe for Shrimp Tom Yum Soup here on the website for AnOther magazine.
For their year-in-review “Rock ‘n’ Roll Poll,” Nashville Scene asked a “select group of Nashville’s finest rockers, rollers, bloggers and bookers” on their thoughts of the local music scene. Harmony Korine was one of those questioned and his answers appear now on the Nashville Scene website here and here.
Korine was also included in USA Today‘s Pop Candy section as #88 on their “100 People of 2010” list, which is a list explained as being to “honor those who have accomplished something interesting in 2010, and not all of these accomplishments were hailed by the mass media.” For Korine they say:
While some may dismiss Trash Humpers at the title — the flick does show elderly folks getting intimate with dumpsters — Korine did manage to make a funny, surreal and so-insane-you-must-look movie I’d rather watch than most blockbusters any day. And that’s something. Right?
The full “100 People of 2010” list can be found here.