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I’m infinitely sad that I wasn’t part of the experience when Yeasayer spontaneously performed their songs “2080” and “Tightrope” in a private apartment with friends and strangers in Paris. This is so, so good. Love everything about it - including the neighbour complaining about the noise, haha.

One of the best covers of Beyoncé’s “Halo” I’ve heard so far: Check out The Gadsdens. Stunning!

Lovely Lykke Li has a new album out called “I never learn”. Check out her first single “No rest for the wicked”.

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Brassaï: Les Escaliers de Montmartre, Paris, 1930
Joli Paris

Brassaï: Les Escaliers de Montmartre, Paris, 1930

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Neil deGrasse Tyson. You just gotta love him.

Neil deGrasse Tyson. You just gotta love him.

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The Holstee Manifesto. Don’t settle.
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The Holstee Manifesto. Don’t settle.

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An extract from “Killing us softly 4” by Jean Kilbourne, a lecture on the craziness that is modern advertising, especially when it comes to the image of women’s bodies.

Bibliophile’s heaven

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Rearrange.

Rearrange.

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Definitely a favorite! Nostalgic and very danceable: “Rumba Azul” by Lecuona Cuban Boys.

Inscription for the Ceiling of a Bedroom, Dorothy Parker

Inscription for the Ceiling of a Bedroom, Dorothy Parker

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