About a month ago my mother called me to let me in on something scary that had been going on in her life. That day a man had been arrested for stalking her. My mom works in a doctor’s office, and she met this man while he was bringing his dad in for treatments. To…
Pale stripy sweater with drawstring sleeves by Dorothee Bis. Pale blue wool trousers by Pablo & Delia. Cultured pearls by Mikimoto. White hat by Herbert Johnson.
Photographed by Peter Knapp.
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Vogue, June 1972 #peterknapp #pabloanddelia #dorotheebis
It’s on my bucket list to go there.
tenth-muse needs to be notified about this.
at Ernest E. Debs Regional Park
In the hills overlooking Montecito Heights and Highland Park, is this gem. You can access the park from Monterey Road in Montecito Heights or go for a good vertical hike from the Audobon Society in Mt. Washington.
Author Scott Lynch responds to a critic of the character Zamira Drakasha, a black woman pirate in his fantasy book Red Seas Under Red Skies, the second novel of the Gentleman Bastard series. →
The bolded sections represent quotes from the criticism he received. All the z-snaps are in order.
Your characters are unrealistic stereotpyes of political correctness. Is it really necessary for the sake of popular sensibilities to have in a fantasy what we…
"do you know this one girl with hair like this?" "yes that’s ramona flowers" (at Salvation Army Donation Spot)
When I go can I go with you?
“I realized that the way pit bulls are portrayed, even by photographers trying to make a difference, is always very harsh. The imagery associated with pit bulls is gritty, somber, highly contrasted, very urban. People want to portray them like badasses.”