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Florence and the Machine from Rolling Stone’s Hottest Live Photos of the week. http://www.rollingstone.com/music/photos/the-hottest-live-photos-of-the-week-20100927/florence-and-the-machine-0357416

Florence and the Machine from Rolling Stone’s Hottest Live Photos of the week. http://www.rollingstone.com/music/photos/the-hottest-live-photos-of-the-week-20100927/florence-and-the-machine-0357416

New Storyville Shirt. http://www.wearyourstory.com/nutria-it-s-what-s-for-dinner.html  Such a NOLA shirt. Disturbing, but I like it!

New Storyville Shirt. http://www.wearyourstory.com/nutria-it-s-what-s-for-dinner.html  Such a NOLA shirt. Disturbing, but I like it!

Reblogged from heckyeahrubberducks

Love this video of Estes Park

Reblogged from nolanews
nolanews:

NOLA.com’s Keith Marszalek photographed the Mardi Gras Indians at their 2011 Super Sunday parade in uptown New Orleans.

nolanews:

NOLA.com’s Keith Marszalek photographed the Mardi Gras Indians at their 2011 Super Sunday parade in uptown New Orleans.

Basset Hounds running…these are great!
http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/basset-hounds-running

Basset Hounds running…these are great!

http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/basset-hounds-running

Reblogged from thedailywhat
thedailywhat:

Street Art of the Day: “Before I Die”: Candy Chang (previously) reclaims the side of an abandoned house on the corner of Marigny and Burgundy in her NOLA neighborhood for a giant chalkboard “where residents can fill in the blank and remember what is important to them in life.”
The collective project, she says, is “also about turning a neglected space into a constructive one where we can learn the hopes and aspirations of the people around us.”
[ignant.]

thedailywhat:

Street Art of the Day:Before I Die”: Candy Chang (previously) reclaims the side of an abandoned house on the corner of Marigny and Burgundy in her NOLA neighborhood for a giant chalkboard “where residents can fill in the blank and remember what is important to them in life.”

The collective project, she says, is “also about turning a neglected space into a constructive one where we can learn the hopes and aspirations of the people around us.”

[ignant.]

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Reblogged from fudgerecordingstudio