Sunday, January 29, 2017

Sunday Links 40

The Mary Tyler Moore Show’s Feminist Struggle

The Trumptini, by Betsy Morais Drinking in Trump’s America

Camilla Gottlieb's purse: its contents mark it as a singular piece of family, and national, history; one that Camilla hadn't spoken of much during her lifetime.

Six small cabins have been built inside the Finnish Institute in Paris so people can experience the culture of Finland The six spruce cabins that fill the space can be booked through Airbnb.

An Incomplete List of Virginia Woolf Puns in Pop Culture

How Author Timothy Tyson Found the Woman at the Center of the Emmett Till Case 

‘You Think We’re Gay, Don’t You?’ How The Spiders From Mars embraced fashion during Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust era

Losing their minds On November 19, 1948, the two most enthusiastic and prolific lobotomists in the Western world faced off against each other in an operating theatre. Each had developed a different technique for mutilating the brains of the patients they operated on, and each man had his turn on the stage.

Our life story scribbled on the back of an envelope - a very sweet story.

10 Bloggers Share Their Most Popular Soup Recipes I make soup all winter long. I'm going to make a few of these.

How Chicago Bars Got So Many Old Style Signs  John Fecile visited some neighbourhood taverns (and drank a few beers) to find the answer for us.

James Paulley is a motion graphics designer based in London.

Past US Presidents Wrote Revealing Presidential Letters to Successors

Up against the wall you tweeting tangerine! Graffiti Praising and Parodying Donald Trump

Caravaggio’s Boy: Who was Francesco Buoneri, and why did his face show up in so many of the famous painter’s canvases?

Harvard will offer free architecture course online ‘The Architecture of Imagination’ will combine study with drawing and modelling exercises.

The Avocado Show is Coming to Amsterdam! I was a little late jumping on the bandwagon but have become an avocado convert. If I were in Amsterdam I would definitely check this place out. Thanks

Mount Eerie Is Mourning: Musician Phil Elverum wrote and recorded A Crow Looked at Me last fall in the room where his wife, Geneviève Castrée, passed away from pancreatic cancer last summer. Heartbreaking.

 Léa Maupetit illustrates the career of Matisse's apprentice Jacqueline Duhême Via

Dreaming about a sunny getaway?  21 Best Beaches in the World

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