1. misterhippity:

    There’s probably a “hung jury” joke in here somewhere, but I just can’t make it work.

    Really hope he doesn’t get a long stretch. 


  3. generalelectric:

    Marie Curie, born November 7, 1867, was a Nobel-prize winning chemist and physicist who worked alongside her husband Pierre Curie on groundbreaking research into radioactivity. She was not only the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, but won two over the course of her life, becoming the first person to win in multiple sciences. 

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  4. awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

    Amiri Baraka and Maya Angelou


  6. love-spain:

    sunny day at the reina sofia// madrid, spain

    And yes, it was an amazingly beautiful clear-blue sky day here in Madrid. Soon the heat will close in but for now, you can still breathe….

    (Source: inconscienx)


  7. kahuna68:

    Johnny Guitar Watson - Looking Back

    (via blackrockandrollmusic)

  8. universalequalityisinevitable:

    David Suzuki in this interview about facing the reality of climate change and other environmental issues from Moyers & Company.

    (via conflictingideas)

  9. loverofbeauty:

    John Vachon:  Blowing Smoke on Times Square   (1943)

    (via conflictingideas)


  10. jessicavalenti:

    Lots of smart people have weighed in on Jill Abramson being fired from The New York Times, so I’m not going to rehash what’s already been said so well. But what strikes me as notable is that those who are skeptical - incredulous, even - over the role that sexism may have played in…

  11. awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

    Yves Montand watching Marilyn Monroe who’s watching Arthur Miller who’s watching Simone Signoret who’s watching Yves Montand

  12. elhumanoide:

    Si hay que perseguir a gente que incite al odio y a la violencia por las redes sociales, que empiecen por estos (por ejemplo)

    (via conflictingideas)


  13. "A voodoo priestess and her supposed bodyguards allegedly robbed a victim after a palm reading in Tremé."

    The local news in New Orleans is rarely uninteresting. (via cajunboy)

    I do so love NOLA.

  14. theuncolonizedmind:




    Times Square today, courtesy of American Muslims for Palestine.

    via Joe Catron

    This is incredible!

    I work near this!!

    even more phenomenal in person!!! i stood there in awe for a bit at how powerful this was

    فلسطين فوق الجميع

    (via raincoaster)

  15. wechalkwalk:

    Hollaback! Brussels, Place de la Monnaie, Brussels, Belgium

    (via everydaysexism)