Sunday, August 28, 2016

Sunday Links 18

Detail of Virginia "Jinnee" Lee Demetrios's "The Ocelots,"
on display at the Cape Ann Museum. (Photo: Lilia Kilburn)

The Folly Cove Guild were a ragtag group of locals united by their desire to fill their lives, and their minds, with a particular form of well-thought-out beauty. They made prints in Cape Ann, Massachusetts. Thanks Bruce!

The Story behind Robert Rauschenberg’s Iconic Talking Heads Album Cover

If you're in my neck of the woods: 10 things to do inNiagara-on-the-Lake 

The Royal Handbag Code

If you want to be amused follow this guy on twitter.

Unexplained is a bi-weekly podcast about strange and mysterious real life events that continue to evade explanation.

Floor maps of iconic NYC fast food joints

A Gallery of European Synagogues Throughout the Centuries

I Work for a Shipping Company—I’ve Been Sick for Over a Year

Last year I culled 300+ books from my cookbook collection but I admit to being tempted by The Biggest New Cookbooks of 2016. Stop me before I buy again!

Artist’s studio in Paris lets you live the bohemian life you always wanted but a starving artist couldn't afford it.

The Most Exclusive Restaurant in America Damon Baehrel’s methods are a marvel, and his tables are all booked until 2025. Or are they?

The Notorious Ward housed Toronto’s poorest people who had travelled from afar looking for a brighter future and then did their best to set up housekeeping in TO’s worst slum.

Ultimate London Travel Guide - Read This Before You Visit.

There is a town in Italy that embodies the golden days of ‘la dolce vita’. This is it. (I enjoyed drinking prosecco with breakfast when I was there)

19th century Scotland's most famous death riddle  enthralled newspaper readers around the world. Thanks Bruce!

Hello - Attempts to speak with dolphins.

Bruno, the wandering dog, has been commuting 4 miles every day for the past 12 years to visit all his friends in town.

The Pimps and Prostitutes of 1970s Times Square

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