Matt Birnbaum
kat-ruffin:

The Temptations, 1965
(Via The Telegraph)
 

kat-ruffin:

The Temptations, 1965

(Via The Telegraph)

 

Earth Wind and Fire - September
4,083 plays

the-theme-is:

Artist: Earth, Wind and Fire
Track: September
AlbumThe Best of Earth, Wind & Fire, Volume 1
Year: 1978
Theme: Remembering

Donald Byrd - Love Has Come Around
71 plays

jillsandwich:

Donald Byrd - Love Has Come Around

georgetakei:

Oh Myyy. I must have missed the inyourendos in these when I was younger.

Source: Unintentionally Gay Comic Book Scenes - http://ohmyyy.gt/dIAyCA

robertreich:

This week, millions of young people head to college and universities, aiming for a four-year liberal arts degree. They assume that degree is the only gateway to the American middle class.

It shouldn’t be.

For one thing, a four-year liberal arts degree is hugely expensive. Too many young people…

bostonandbeyond:


Lakes of the Clouds Hut - White Mountains, New Hampshire
Taken 7.12.14

bostonandbeyond:

Lakes of the Clouds Hut - White Mountains, New Hampshire

Taken 7.12.14

Even while going away to get married and have our honeymoon, I still had to do a little used book shopping.  The first two are from Book Trader in Philadelphia, where Jen and I went before we set off for our wedding in New England.  Book Trader is where we shared our first kiss, so it’ll always be a special place for us.  The Dean’s December is one I’d been looking for for some time, whereas Brave New World is one I used to own, but lent out to my friend Dom a few years ago, and at this point I figured it was better to let him keep it and get another.

The third book, The Air-Conditioned Nightmare, is another I’ve been looking for for a long time, and I found it at Sheafe Street Books in Portsmouth, which is where we spent part of our honeymoon.  That was a beautiful day for us walking around town, and on our way back to the hotel we thought, let’s just stop in for a second and see what they have, and I found this gem and Jen picked up David Sedaris’s new book.

lbjlibrary:

October 21, 1967. 1:30 PM. Around 50,000 people begin walking from the Lincoln Memorial and Reflecting Pool to the north parking lot of the Pentagon.

LBJ Library photos, public domain.