Liminal #writephoto — Sue Vincent – Daily Echo

Originally posted on Of Glass & Paper: We love the valley, the grey rocks arising from the ancient land, and the forest. Here they lived, a life of danger, of icy winters, of suffocating summers, but also of intimacy and joy. Where did they come from, and where did they go? We shall never know,…

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Wayback Garage #22: Let’s Go — Jazz and Classic Pop Music

This instrumental by the Routers peaked at #19 in early 1963. The Routers were led by Michael Z. Gordon, who also founded and lead the Marketts of “Out of Limits” fame. Both bands were active at the same time. Gordon went on to a very successful career producing both movies and TV. “Let’s Go” features […]

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Nobody wants to host the Olympic Games anymore. Can you blame them? — Quartz

Despite the almost daily tales of cataclysm and corruption, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the organizers of the Rio 2016 games continue to insist it will be a success. In one very narrow sense, they are correct. Between the opening ceremony this Friday (Aug. 5), and the closing ceremony on Aug. 22, the games…

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Tokyo’s new samurai photo studio sends you to Japan’s feudal era with awesome digital backdrops — RocketNews24

And poses from Kill Bill’s fight choreographer ensure you’ll look fearsome when you get there. Japan’s Sengoku period was, in many ways, the archetypical era of the samurai. During its roughly 150 years, Japan’s most storied warriors clashed with one another in a dramatic struggle to unify the country. But while the Sengoku period ended…

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Hotel acessível a surdos em NY — TURISMO ADAPTADO

Alarme luminoso, despertador vibratório, e sensor de batidas da porta são alguns dos acessórios oferecidos pelo hotel Cheguei em Nova Iorque dia 9 de julho, minha segunda vez na Big Apple. Na primeira, alugamos um apartamento pelo AirBnb, mas dessa fomos para o hotel Dumont, da rede Affinia, na rua 34. Ao chegar, me deparei […]

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Além do mapa – quando o Google tirou os painéis olímpicos do Rio — Telha do Tiago

Dias atrás estive no Rio de Janeiro. Desta vez a trabalho. Bancada por uma empresa, a pauta óbvia era as melhorias que a cidade está passando com as obras visando os Jogos Olímpicos – que, de fato, deram outra cara principalmente ao Centro Histórico carioca e sobre isso escrevi aqui. Apesar do pouco tempo, nunca […]

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