gonna bust out some moves 2nite
just a typical Friday night.
Steer Roast VT 2014.
stuck in ma head
Oldest siblings aspire to higher levels of formal education—and they’re more likely to stick with it.
There are some of us without siblings…
I made this video for Girls Write Now! They’re NYC’s first and only writing and mentoring program for high school girls, and the program is truly amazing. Working with them has been such a gift. Watch the video to meet some of the girls and learn about what being in the program is like!
Please please please listen to Part 1 of this episode of This American Life, “Before It Had A Name.” It discusses the first recorded testimonials of Holocaust survivors made by David Boder made in 1946 before the term “the Holocaust” even existed and before people even the mass move to record oral histories in the 1960s. It’s haunting, it’s morally intriguing, and it raises interesting questions about how we record history and how language shapes the human experience.
THR joined together five generations from the family tree of the Oscar-nominated drama’s real-life protagonist in three different cities.
In case you missed it, we now have OVER 30,000 SKETCHBOOKS in The Sketchbook Project!! This one is by Peter Wadsworth of Brooklyn, NY. #brooklyn #artists #sketchbookproject #milestones (at Brooklyn Art Library)
I see you, Met Museum.
As long as there have been cameras, those using them have felt inclined to capture the buildings around them.
The Getty Museum in Los Angeles just launched an incredible exhibition that shows the unique relationship between photography and architecture.
The one on top is my favorite photograph in the Charles Marville exhibit currently on view at the Met!