Going through my music library I found the most...
I had forgotten how much I love this song.
Incredibly weird developments in the domestic animal kingdom.
The Official White House Tumblr: The White House,... →
whitehouse: We see some great things here at the White House every day, and sharing that stuff with you is one of the best parts of our jobs. That’s why we’re launching a Tumblr. We’ll post things like the best quotes from President Obama, or video of young scientists visiting the White House for the science… Will their ever be a hipper administration? I think not.
newyorker: Richard Brody on “Hiroshima, Mon Amour,” the first feature film by Alain Resnais, a director “burdened by memory”: http://nyr.kr/SHKgQJ One of my absolute favorite films of all time.
Something you might say to a stranger inside the Mapplethorpe exhibit right by...– katherine r.’s yelp review of LACMA. (via hydeordie) Kind of a rad pick up spot, I think.
Think Progress: There Have Been 7 Other Mass... →
think-progress: See our timeline since 1999 HERE. December 11, 2012. On Tuesday, 22-year-old Jacob Tyler Roberts killed 2 people and himself with a stolen rifle in Clackamas Town Center, Oregon. His motive is unknown. September 27, 2012. Five were shot to death by 36-year-old Andrew Engeldinger at Accent…
Japanese Culture in Vintage Magazine Covers →
These vintage Japanese magazine covers are phenomenal. I sniff some tattoo ideas.
Robert Irwin at the Albright-Knox →
I find this to be completely captivating.
Rhi Rhi channeling SWV/TLC? Love.
Andrew Bird just keeps getting better and better.
nprfreshair: This is what time passing looks like. Autumn in Central Park, time-lapse photography-style. (via The Morning News)
For years I dreamed up alternative histories to the misery and heartache that drained my high school years. Every story I conjured up somehow recast my high school experiences—always with a different outcome, of course. I always emerged triumphant, or at the very least, loved. I had a rough go of it in high school. Last week I learned that a classmate of mine committed suicide. I didn’t...
I would not say that the battle is over, but that some monster of American...– Ta-Nehisi Coates, on the election. (via theatlantic)