Wednesday 22nd November 2017
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Thursday links

  • These paintings of old neon signs by artist Terry Thompson are just fantastic. (The Jealous Curator)
  • People have repurposed their big blue Ikea bags in some pretty creative ways. (Food 52)
  • “My Family’s Slave”: A truly wrenching story. (The Atlantic)
  • 11 shows worth watching this summer. (Elle)
  • The world’s largest collection of troll dolls is something to see. (Atlas Obscura)

 

Posted on May 18th, 2017 5 Comments

5 Responses

  1. y.k. says:

    yes that was a wrenching story. very sad. thanks for that link.

  2. joannawnyc says:

    I read that before coming here. Emotionally multi-layered, for sure.

  3. Mamavalveeta03 says:

    “My Family’s Slave”…sad, tragic, outrageous, and yet, still going on in this world.

  4. suz says:

    Was reading that …so heartbreaking.

    lighter note …as for ikea bags – I love those thing – am still laughing over Balenciaga’s Wha?…$$$$ version.

  5. karen says:

    i’m not sure thank you is quite the right thing to say, but i can’t think of better words, so thank you for pointing me to the “My Family’s Slave” story, harrowing, eye openning and thought provoking. What an incredible women to preserve the way she did. How many others are there in the in the US like her?