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Joan Miro, The Potato, 1928

Happy Birthday to Joan Miro, born April 20, 1893, in Barcelona, Spain. While widely regarded as a Surrealist artist, Miro never restricted himself into any one group or movement, leaving himself free to experiment with other styles without compromising the integrity of any one establishment. 247 more words

J. Cole Announces the Release of New Album..

Rapper J. Cole had a surprise concert in New York City today for fans.  This wasn’t something new for J. Cole, as he’s given fans somewhat of a surprise show before with his Dollar and a Dream Tour.  280 more words


You can now get Cyro therapy with your Classpass membership.

Oh yeah, you can massages and blowouts, too!

We’ve seen a ton of changes with Classpass recently, right? First, they added meditation studios. Then, they adopted this confusing and frustrating credit system (SIGHHHH….) Now, they’re letting fitness junkies of the world get their “wellness” fix! 462 more words


From Seattle to the World

In 1971, when the first Starbucks store opened, many people more than likely did not think that it would grow and have the success that it does today. 292 more words


Art is where you find it

On the streets of New York in the rain …. a not-to-be-missed artwork towers over Park Avenue by postwar great Louise Nevelson.  Night Presence IV… 126 more words



There is limestone under my feet

I repeat

There is limestone under my feet

What could-what should I ask for?

For the limestone under my feet… 80 more words



SUMMER 2015 I went to New York for the first time! This trip was a graduation gift! Below I will share with you my experience along with all the places we visited which were a lot! 3,224 more words