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anachronicsoul:

LADIES AND GENTLEMAN, WELCOME TO THE  F R E A K   S H O W  

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chocolatecoffeeandbooks:

I go to a women’s college. We have a walkway where bricks can be purchased by alumnae. Most just say names or class years/mascots. But this one. This one is special. It speaks to me.

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simplyvoguee:

I have seen the first photo a lot on tumblr and I thought I would tell you guys the story behind this house. Since I could remember this house has always been pink. It is a block away from my mothers job and my siblings and I were always amazed by it. A pink house in park slope. Beautiful.
Anyway the house was painted pink by a man who’s wife had lost her fight to breast cancer in honor of her. When he painted it pink as you could assume many people on the block were upset. Because it diminished the value property of the area.
The women in the first photo is Solange, Beyonce’s sister. I remember when she did the photoshoot there. My brother and I saw her on my way to see my mother and stopped to watch.
In the second photo is the house a week ago from today. Sadly the man died and the community took no time to repaint the house back to it’s original color which broke my heart.

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samira wiley for brooklyn magazine

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softgrungecersei:

Please remember me. I have no regrets. Do you?

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20th-century-man:

Shirley MacLaine reads T. S. Eliot / Vittorio De Sica’s Woman Times Seven [Italian title: Sette Volte Donna] (1967)

20th-century-man:

Shirley MacLaine reads T. S. Eliot / Vittorio De Sica’s Woman Times Seven [Italian title: Sette Volte Donna] (1967)

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Nostalghia | Andrei Tarkovsky

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