weekendsexchange:

thepowerofgrunge:

L7

Performing as Camel Lips

3rdbranch:

Yuja Wang is a Chinese-born classical pianist.  The San Francisco Chronicle says she is “quite simply, the most dazzlingly, uncannily gifted pianist in the concert world today.”  The New York Times described her concert at Carnegie Hall last week as “exhilarating.” 
Plus, let’s face it, this photo is awesome. 
Restrained, Then Madly Lyrical: The Pianist As Spring Mechanism (via The New York Times)
(photo:  Ian Douglas)

3rdbranch:

Yuja Wang is a Chinese-born classical pianist.  The San Francisco Chronicle says she is “quite simply, the most dazzlingly, uncannily gifted pianist in the concert world today.”  The New York Times described her concert at Carnegie Hall last week as “exhilarating.” 

Plus, let’s face it, this photo is awesome. 

Restrained, Then Madly Lyrical: The Pianist As Spring Mechanism
 (via The New York Times)

(photo:  Ian Douglas)

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banrions:

youngbadmanbrown:

is Wonder Woman.

Imagine you’re raised in this utopian, women only warrior society (this part isn’t fucked up) and you’re taught all about how outside of your society which is magically shielded by super-science/magic

there lies “man’s world.”

Man’s…

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mythologyofblue:

Serrah Russell, Where they stopped searching, 2012

mythologyofblue:

Serrah Russell, Where they stopped searching, 2012

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lacigreen:

thephotogfeminist:

burningbells:

imageIf you need Plan B, here’s a printable $10 off coupon. 

It doesn’t expire either! It’s a continual offer

HELPFUL THING

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nprbooks:

Junot Diaz, Ken Chen, Dawn Davis and Johnny Temple are just a few of the voices in the second installment of Lynn Neary’s series on diversity in publishing. (Here’s the first, and here’s the Pew study mentioned above.)

You can join the conversation on Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #whoisgettingpublished, or send us a story of your own experience here.

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lomographicsociety:

Vintage Color Photographs of Women at Work, 1939-1945

Did someone say “girl power?” See more photographs here: http://bit.ly/1rySKWA

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