‘Occupy Wall Street’ NYPD runs over a protester with motorcycle
Karlie Kloss photographed for the December Issue of Vogue by Raymond Meier
Gold accents are festive, especially with poinsettia-red.
Prada sunglasses, Bottega Veneta gold crocheted bracelet, De Grisogono ring, Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci minaudiere, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci sandals, Yves Saint Laurent jumpsuit.
One day aboard the USS Franklin
This page from the War Diary of USS Franklin summarizes the events of October 13, 1944, including scrambling fighters for sorties against enemy targets and defending against an attack by Japanese “Betty” torpedo bombers.
The art: Goya, Not This Time Either (Tampoco), from “The Disasters of War,” working proof for plate 36, 1810-1814.
The news: “Qadaffi is Dead,” a running roundup of news, links and pictures at The Atlantic Wire.
Today, in reasons we love 3rdofMay.
Oh looky here, Evernote have started using SoundCloud for their podcast. They are one of our three featured users this week for SoundCloud Voices, which takes a look at how businesses, specifically web businesses can use SoundCloud to announce product updates, customer testimonials, interviews etc! Read more on the blog.
Presidential ticket hopefuls, LBJ and JFK, stand in their convertible motorcade to greet supporters in front of the State Capitol in Austin, Texas.
Senators John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson campaigning. September 13, 1960.
All work and no play is no good for anyone. So Thursday morning, a bunch of hardworking Cullman Fellow scholars - including author David Bezmozgis and his ridiculously adorable daughter Mae Young - took a breather and hit the ice at the Bryant Park Skating Rink. There are plenty more pics where this came from on the Cullman Center’s Facebook page, but we figured we’d share one more - Cullman Director Jean Strouse looking just as cool as can be. C’mon Jean! How about a triple axel?!