chromeandlightning:

Kevin Hulsey ‘87

chromeandlightning:

Kevin Hulsey ‘87

vintagesalt:

Drew Barrymore in The Amy Fisher Story (1993)

vintagesalt:

Drew Barrymore in The Amy Fisher Story (1993)

(Source: myvynlpyl)

wildthicket:

Lick the Star (1998) directed by Sofia Coppola

Lixxie. 2014. Watercolor on fabric. 

Lixxie. 2014. Watercolor on fabric. 

my 4th

savewras:

@broadcity wants to #SaveWRAS from @gpbnews. Join @broadcity in the fight to save @wrasalbum88’ FM broadcast signal! #broadcity (at Atlanta Airwaves)

savewras:

@broadcity wants to #SaveWRAS from @gpbnews. Join @broadcity in the fight to save @wrasalbum88’ FM broadcast signal! #broadcity (at Atlanta Airwaves)

canadianbeerandpostmodernism:

“They have crappy jobs, bad apartments with terrible roommates who have even more terrible boyfriends, and almost no money. What they do have is each other, and the creativity that comes with their presumed liberal arts degrees to embrace whatever situation they find themselves in. It’s far more entertaining—and, let’s be honest, realistic—than most recent television and film portrayals of young women. They’re not obsessed with jumpstarting their confusingly trendy cupcake business, like on Two Broke Girls, or trying to get/stay famous in a glamorous big city like on pretty much every reality show. Their lives kind of suck, and they need to do something to distract themselves. Every day.”-Stephanie Butnick, Tablet Magazine

canadianbeerandpostmodernism:

They have crappy jobs, bad apartments with terrible roommates who have even more terrible boyfriends, and almost no money. What they do have is each other, and the creativity that comes with their presumed liberal arts degrees to embrace whatever situation they find themselves in. It’s far more entertaining—and, let’s be honest, realistic—than most recent television and film portrayals of young women. They’re not obsessed with jumpstarting their confusingly trendy cupcake business, like on Two Broke Girls, or trying to get/stay famous in a glamorous big city like on pretty much every reality show. Their lives kind of suck, and they need to do something to distract themselves. Every day.”-Stephanie Butnick, Tablet Magazine