Sunday, September 18, 2016

Sunday Links 21

Are you a fan of Richard Linklater's uber romantic trilogy Before SunriseBefore Sunset and Before Midnight? I am. Jeff Rowan is as well. Here is his tribute to the muse behind Linklater's 'Before Sunrise'.

‘The only American invention as perfect as the sonnet’: How to make a martini — the right way

Writers and whiskey go together like rye and ginger. A Literary Guide to Whiskey

This video about the architecture of Havana has me looking forward to my trip.

An excerpt from Aleksander Maksik’s novel, Shelter in Place. Maksik is the author of the novels You Deserve Nothing and A Marker to Measure Drift.

The Japanese architect Issei Suma designed a superb wooden house in the mountains for two women who wanted to spend their retirement there, close to nature and calm. I guarantee you would want to retire there.

11 hacks to make a tiny fridge seem bigger.

Sasaki Yohinten, a shop in Gunma, Japan, collects 100-year old vintage linens from Europe and textiles from Edo, Meiji, Taisho and Showa-era Japan. Two artisans embroider, patchwork and transform the fabrics into fabulous one-of-a-kind clothing.

A Life in Google Maps “I can’t zoom in far enough to see if we were happy, or sad, or changing, or lying to ourselves.”

Lovely. Enchanting Santa Fe adobe offers idyllic escape .

To most people, fossilized candy, hairballs, and animal bones belong in the trash, but for Yuji Agematsu, such detritus deserves preservation for posterity. Preserving the Stories Behind Painstakingly Compiled Collections

On the road again? Airstream Introduces a Tiny New Trailer for Only $35,000

Certain jobs feel like dead ends, but the community and memories you build in them can sustain you the rest of your life. Clean Eating and Pure Loving: My Life as a Whole Foods Cashier by Lucie Shel

Chicago's Hand-Painted Produce Signs

Is there a dietary treatment for multiple sclerosis? And if so, why is the medical establishment ignoring published academic research that started in the 1950s proving it?

Life in a Box Buster Delin’s holiday home is like a collector’s box filled with family memories and the surrounding industrial history. I want to live there.

A Day In The Life Of A Traveler Photographer Georgi Georgiev offered a unique insight into a devout, vibrant Travellers’ settlement in East London.

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