momandpopmusic:

Watch Lucius perform “Go Home” live for thewildhoneypie's new On The Boat series. Beautiful, both sonically and visually.

aaf

tarynandre:

When life gives you ramen noodles, make the best out of a struggle meal.


Got ramen on my mind.

tarynandre:

When life gives you ramen noodles, make the best out of a struggle meal.

Got ramen on my mind.

Slow TV Is Here

newyorker:

Nathan Heller explores the appeal of a TV genre that has become “bizarrely popular” in Norway:

“Though slow TV appears to reach back to simpler times, it is in many ways the realization of twenty-first-century media technology, relying, for its full effect, on footage that’s high-definition, organic, and continuous.”

I stayed at a hotel with a channel like this over the summer. It was pretty exquisite.

erthtone:

Waiting for that feeling.
© Arnold R. Butler.2014 (www.ab2ether.com)

erthtone:

Waiting for that feeling.

© Arnold R. Butler.2014
(www.ab2ether.com)

vanityfair:

10 Classic Style Icons and Their Present-Day Counterparts

Most epic form of camera face.
iamcaradelevingne:

#regram @voguemagazine @chanelofficial #GIRLPOWER

This this this

iamcaradelevingne:

#regram @voguemagazine @chanelofficial #GIRLPOWER

This this this

yochlochlo:

the ecstatic truth exists

(Source: televandalist)

I think about this a lot.

I think about this a lot.

(Source: manymistypes)

amnhnyc:

Visit any playground from New York City to New Orleans, from Portugal to Senegal, and you’re apt to see girls playing hand-games. Or, as the girls who play them call them…Miss Mary Mack, Mack, Mack; or Pat-a-Cake; or Miss Susie Had a Steamboat, to name just a few. 

What’s in a game? Let’s Get the Rhythma documentary film that will be playing at this year’s Margaret Mead Film Festival, explores the hidden-in-plain-sight history of this classic childhood pastime. 

Learn more about Let’s Get the Rhythm, and find other family-friendly offerings at this year’s Margaret Mead Film Festival!