"All that is gold does not glitter. Not all those who wander are lost."
I read Rookie to see what my wife’s up to; she’s one of the people running the site. Fortunately, it’s great: soulful and entertaining and continually surprising. Unfortunately, it’s totally reshaped my music listening so now my playlist at the gym is that of a 15-year-old girl’s. Lots of Charli XCX lately.Ira Glass
"Take Me Home, Country Roads" John Denver
Take me home to the place I belong
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The New Yorker
Today’s daily cartoon by Farley Katz: http://nyr.kr/1l3LIq0
Humans of New York
"My husband was an editor at the New York Times, so he’d work really late nights, and I’d sometimes get lonely. So I started letting this tomcat into our house everyday. But my husband was horribly allergic to cats, so right before he’d get home, I’d let the cat back out again. But one night it was raining so hard that I refused to let the cat out, and my husband stayed up all night sneezing. And that’s how I got a puppy!"
One in every seven statehouse reporters today (or 14% of the total) is a college student.Statehouse reporters, who cover state government and public policy, are on the decline, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis. Get the facts here. (via pewresearch)
Good thing I’m minoring in Public Policy?
(via futurejournalismproject)Pew Research Center
The new YSL movie is not the best. It failed the Rotten Tomatoes test. But it’s so beautiful you’d be crazy not to watch it.
Sometimes you just gotta order that bottle of wine and spend $100 on dinner with your best friends. Right!?!
Cannot wait for yoga at my home studio and reading at the beach and the remainder of the World Cup and night swimming and teaching myself Italian and FESTIVAL SEASON and starting my new position in August and training for the half marathon and exploring San Francisco with my best friend and aquariums and carnivals and ice cream.
"Eddie Murphy gets high. Metallica gets high. Grand Funk fucking Railroad get high. We’re not special."
This is the reason Rolling Stone is infinitely more interesting to read than Pitchfork.Rolling Stone
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