1. Musical SoundtracksSingin’ in the Rain (1952)

    (via homicidalbrunette)

  2. In another life, I was Denver the Guilty Dog.

    (Source: chloeeruby, via chloeeruby)

  3. theparisreview:

    “[Shakespeare’s plays] survived as art only because they first excelled as entertainment.”

    John Paul Rollert on reclaiming the Bard for the common man.


  4. The longer I live, the more I realize that Questlove is probably the most interesting man in the world.

    'This is the first in a weekly series of six essays looking at hip-hop's recent past, thinking about its distant past, and wondering about the possibility of a future.

    There are three famous quotes that haunt me and guide me though my days. The first is from John Bradford, the 16th-century English reformer. In prison for inciting a mob, Bradford saw a parade of prisoners on their way to being executed and said, “There but for the grace of God go I.” (Actually, he said “There but for the grace of God goes John Bradford,” but the switch to the pronoun makes it work for the rest of us.) The second comes from Albert Einstein, who disparagingly referred to quantum entanglement as “spooky action at a distance.” And for the third, I go to Ice Cube, the chief lyricist of N.W.A., who delivered this manifesto in “Gangsta Gangsta” back in 1988: “Life ain’t nothing but bitches and money…”’


  5. guessing game

    If there is a relatively uncrowded muni bus, who will sit next to me?

    a) the quiet abuela
    b) the mild-mannered gay dude with a purse
    c) the guy stuffing his mouth with 6 Reeses cups at once while throwing trash on the ground and taking about demons.

    If you answered c, you are correct! I guess I just have a special charm.

  6. thedubroy:

    Clouds over Table Rock, Maricopa, AZ

    (via arizonanature)

  7. It is official: I will be a USC Trojan next year!



    (Source: runningdive, via thewitchwife)

  10. parkmerced:

    Victorian Home Pacific Heights Neighborhood San Francisco

    (Source: bungalux.com)