W. Kamau Bell remembers his unforgettable trip to Kenya in our first look at the show since Bourdain's death.
CNN is giving the doc a full theatrical rollout as early as next year.
The late author and chef continued to defend women in one of his final interviews.
Listening back through my tapes from interviewing Bourdain in 2016, I found a gem.
He proved that writing and restaurant work—which I’d previously considered two separate spheres—didn’t have to be mutually exclusive.
Bourdain saw food and feasts like a moment in the backseat of a car, with something like eagerness and awe simultaneously.
How to eat, how to be young, and when to shut the fuck up.
After Bourdain, we tried to become better—as cooks, as people—and began to reexamine why it was we punched the clock and one another in the dicks.
How much would you be willing to pay to watch Anthony Bourdain beat the shit out of former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke?