Sunday, May 27, 2018

Sunday Links

The Art of the Japanese Stencil-Cutter

Want to see what your Twitter timeline would've looked like 10 years ago today, if you followed all the same people you do now? 

A Photo Trip to Southeast Alaska 

The Most Dangerous Cities in the World interactive map shows the 50 cities across the globe with the highest homicide rates in 2017.

Genesis Tour Manager Recalls His Role in One of Rock's Most Embarrassing Moments Via

7,600 Edvard Munch Drawings Now Available to Discover Online

Doctors explain Michael Jackson's impossible dance move 

25 Best Closing Lines in Literature I never saw any of them again — except the cops. No way has yet been invented to say goodbye to them. - The Long Goodbye by Raymond Chandler

There's an entire Instagram page dedicated to that infamous JCREW gingham shirt

Investigating One of the Oldest Private Detective Agencies in Paris: The Duluc Detective might sound like something you’d perhaps expect to find within the pages of a Georges Simenon Inspector Maigret novel, but it is in fact a real working private investigation firm.

19 Authors and Their Typewriters 

The Simpsons reenactments of 12 iconic and historic photos

What Happened in Vegas  The days, weeks, and months after the worst mass shooting in modern American history.

@tasteofstreep  Via

Roxy, the Long Island Railroad Dog With a Lifetime Pass Via

Modernist Estates: A visit to Le Corbusier’s La Tourette which currently houses a Dominican community of 11 friars. Via

I thought I had The World’s Oldest Mattress but apparently this one is older.

Searching for Melania Trump’s Childhood Home Also home of the "Top Shit Burger" - apparently it's delicious.

Inside The Apartments Of Rosario Candela, The Man Who Built Luxury Living Into NYC's Skyline

A $5 Shower Curtain Does Wonders for Diffusing Light

How Conservators Remove Tape From 19th-Century Art

The American backyard as we know it didn't exist until after World War II

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