Feminist books galore! The humble beginnings of a riotous Friday night out with @now_nyc’s activist alliance. #latergram
Rep. Justin Amash on the new NSA “reform” bill.
Stopping the government from holding onto of all Americans’ phone metadata would undoubtedly be a good thing for American privacy, but if you read between the legislative lines, the government might not be curtailing mass surveillance so much as permanently entrenching it in American law.
Amazing! This just confirms my belief that the arts have the power to transform lives and spread, well, happiness!
Let these students from the Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences, who face their city’s bleak situation every day, put a smile on your face and remind you that even when life seems miserable and hopeless, there is always music lingering in the air, ready to be played.
Awesome musical/comedy abounds at @inner_circle_NY
"There’s an existential crisis at the heart of all of these characters, because they’re on the one hand trying to say, ‘Look how wonderful I am and my kind are,’ and at the same time, the implication is that they’re going to die by being chewed to death.”
A spokesman that you want to eat! Reminds me of Middle Sister Wines “spokeschick” Rebel Red. She just tastes so good!
Oh, there’re sober men and plenty,
And drunkards barely twenty,
There are men of over ninety
That have never yet kissed a girl.
But give me a ramblin’ rover,
Frae Orkney down to Dover.
We will roam the country over
And together we’ll face the world.
What did Twitter really think about the State of the Union? This interactive breakdown tracks location engagement, hashtags, and overall reactions to the speech on twitter - paragraph by paragraph. And it’s super cool.
Sooo the #kickasswomanoftheday award goes to Elyse Buxbaum. Both kids AND the Bible… in heels?! #InaugNYC
Braving the cold this New Year’s Day for the NYC Inauguration. They’ve got hot cider! #inaugnyc