Sudden percolation

Keith Kelly in the New York Post yesterday:

Art & Antiques has been sold to Curtco Media, which aims to bring a new

sense of urgency to a once sleepy cultural backwater of publishing that is

suddenly percolating to life.

Two words which, one might think, have surely never before been seen together

in print. But a quick

google brings up lots more:

Maine is quickly gaining a reputation as a suddenly

percolating hotbed of East Coast public access golf.

George Shapiro, the comic’s manager and one of the exec producers of "Seinfeld,"

said Seinfeld hadn’t been represented previously for motion pictures and is

now looking to do a movie in which he’d have significant creative input —

as he does on his suddenly

percolating NBC series, which he produces and co-created with exec producer

Larry David.

McClain and Ryan have no grand expectations about their suddenly

percolating musical careers. They understand how quickly success can fade.

What could it possibly mean?

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