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  • I wear vintage LA for Lana. #musicmidtown2014  (at Piedmont Park)

    I wear vintage LA for Lana. #musicmidtown2014 (at Piedmont Park)

  • All my faves make #musicmidtown2014 worth it @dashdoll @ginstrobe @laurengropp (not pictured) #jackwhite #lanadelrey

    All my faves make #musicmidtown2014 worth it @dashdoll @ginstrobe @laurengropp (not pictured) #jackwhite #lanadelrey

  • The cardinal sin of a Jack White fan (filming a screen no less), but it’d be a crime not to share a tidbit of the amazing show he put on last night 😁 Anyone know what Fats (Kaplin, evil prof. type on the lightening rod) is playing?

  • It took one loong wait and a little self defense to keep this spot, but was epically rewarded. Jack White. A mind blowing show as always #musicmidtown2014 #lazaretto

    It took one loong wait and a little self defense to keep this spot, but was epically rewarded. Jack White. A mind blowing show as always #musicmidtown2014 #lazaretto

  • npr:

The Washington Coliseum, where the Beatles played their first gig stateside, has seen better days. After 10 years as a transfer station for Waste Management, it’s now used as a parking garage. The building’s exterior shows signs of nature returning despite being in a rapidly changing D.C. neighborhood. 
The Cities Project is back with some stories about nature encroaching on our urban environment. We notice it when there’s a hurricane, but it happens in small ways, too.
 We want your photos and stories of nature reclaiming space in your community, in ways big or small. It could be in an empty lot gone to seed, a vacant house full of bats or a flower pushing its way up through a crack in your balcony or sidewalk. Plant or animal stories welcome. Tag your image with #nprcities – we may share your contribution on the radio and NPR.org.
Photo credit: James Clark/NPR

    npr:

    The Washington Coliseum, where the Beatles played their first gig stateside, has seen better days. After 10 years as a transfer station for Waste Management, it’s now used as a parking garage. The building’s exterior shows signs of nature returning despite being in a rapidly changing D.C. neighborhood. 

    The Cities Project is back with some stories about nature encroaching on our urban environment. We notice it when there’s a hurricane, but it happens in small ways, too.

     We want your photos and stories of nature reclaiming space in your community, in ways big or small. It could be in an empty lot gone to seed, a vacant house full of bats or a flower pushing its way up through a crack in your balcony or sidewalk. Plant or animal stories welcome. Tag your image with #nprcities – we may share your contribution on the radio and NPR.org.

    Photo credit: James Clark/NPR

  • aseaofquotes:

Denise Gosliner Orenstein, The Secret Twin

    aseaofquotes:

    Denise Gosliner Orenstein, The Secret Twin

    (via lalasparkles)

  • (Source: firsthome, via lalasparkles)

  • Retrouvaille: The joy of rediscovering something you love. Sorry neighbors, it’s practice time.

    Retrouvaille: The joy of rediscovering something you love. Sorry neighbors, it’s practice time.

  • (Source: lacooletchic)

  • carolinedemaigret:

Great night in London! @howtobeparisian  Thank you @lancomeuk #LancomeLovesCaroline  @stellamccartney suit

    carolinedemaigret:

    Great night in London! @howtobeparisian
    Thank you @lancomeuk #LancomeLovesCaroline
    @stellamccartney suit

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