Four years ago Mr. Brown’s career as a boy-next-door pop star seemed to come to a sudden end when he was charged in the brutal beating of Rihanna.
Original phrasing from the New York Times above.
Fixed: Four years ago Mr. Brown’s career as a boy-next-door pop star seemed to come to a sudden end when he
was charged in the brutal beating of brutally beat Rihanna.
I try to stay firmly out of the realm of celebrity “news,” but even if I’m only serving to prove the point in the article, get it right. His career didn’t (temporarily) melt down because he got arrested. The public hit pause on Chris Brown because he beat a woman’s face to a pulp.
JOSH LYMAN AT THE WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENTS’ DINNER.
EVERYTHING IS RIGHT WITH THE WORLD.
I am crying about this perfect moment in history. It just looks so right.
sweet tea fried chicken sandwich with ranch dressing and dill pickles
photo by cathydanh
UUUGGGHH LORD JESUS IN THE HEAVENS ABOVE, THIS SCREAMS SUMMER.
Just look at DAT CRISP. Mm.
J. Lo answers the question, “What have you learned to love about yourself?”
Must be fantastic to have to resort to hating your perfect dainty celebrity-wrists.
(Don’t go judging too hard ‘cause Beyonce’s answer wasn’t much better: she tries to claim she once had non-proportional ears. But don’t worry — they’re in proportion now. Phew.)
I love J. Lo but if there’s anything I hate more than a humblebrag, it’s a bad humblebrag. No tolerance for this.
Sound The Alarm - Thievery Corporation
Perfect summer dub.
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on the symbolism of Don Draper reading Dante’s Inferno at the beginning of Season Six, which takes place in 1968:
This man is in his worst state — the way 1968 is — because it is overrunning his life and it’s page 1 in the story: He’s going into hell. This is the descent. Maybe he’ll come out on the other side, or maybe he’ll just take up residence there.”
image courtesy of AMC
Matt Weiner is a GOD.
Meet John Bunker. He wants to bring back the thousands of apple varieties that made American great.
from the archives: christina tosi + david chang at momofuku ko (2008)
photo by our favorite italian, gabriele stabile.
Take This Waltz (2011)
Lies - Marina and the Diamonds
could will never get tired of black pumps. Never.