When Company Comes

The Feelies

—Dancing Barefoot

The Feelies - Dancing Barefoot

Live at Maxwell’s, 6 July 2013

The Feelies at the 9:30 Club, 1985

The Feelies at the 9:30 Club, 1985

when the summer comes undone

quentintortellini:

History Parallels

1st image: 1967 Newark Riots

2nd image: 2014 Ferguson Protests

3rd image: 1964 Harlem Riots

4th image: 2014 Ferguson Protests

(via therumpus)

souleverlift:

rip robin williams. there will never ever be another you.

Oh, this ending.

My kids are almost in their mid-20s. We watched Aladdin together countless times. Robin Williams brought us great joy.

My kids are almost in their mid-20s. We watched Aladdin together countless times. Robin Williams brought us great joy.

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i12bent:

Andy Warhol: Vote McGovern, 1972 - screenprint

For Andy Warhol’s birthday, and the upcoming 40th anniversary of Nixon’s resignation.

i12bent:

Andy Warhol: Vote McGovern, 1972 - screenprint

For Andy Warhol’s birthday, and the upcoming 40th anniversary of Nixon’s resignation.

bbook:

Bob Balaban: Altman-esque means never having to say you’re sorry. Bob did what he wanted in the face of tremendous obstacles and he really was programmed that way. I suspect as a child he was pretty stubborn all his life. What was he like as a child Kathryn, did you ever hear stories about him?

Kathryn Altman: Yeah, I can’t believe them!

BB: But to me,  the whole key to Robert in everything, was that he was someone who followed his own beat and listened to his own drum. You couldn’t dissuade him from that path, and that was one of his great strengths as a filmmaker, and possibly as a human being as well. So that’s Altman-esque to me.

KA: Right off the top of my head, my synonym for Altman is having the world’s greatest sense of humor—I mean, just the world’s greatest, the best. And that’s something that shows in all his pictures in so many different ways and always comes up at some point. 

BB: One of the greatest secrets of writing and directing is that people with senses of a humor really understand that there’s no difference between comedy and tragedy, it’s all mixed in there together just as in life. And most filmmakers say, this is going to be a funny movie or this is going to be a serious movie, but for Robert, I don’t think there was any dividing line between. It was life, it wasn’t serious, it wasn’t funny, it was life. 

Remembering Robert Altman With His Wife Kathryn and Longtime Friend & Collaborator Bob Balaban

(via truthandmovies)