Friday, April 29, 2016


Our company mascot, by unanimous consent, is that wounded veteran of the Bay of Pigs defense against Yanqui aggression #Comrade Rasputino Raton. We'll post his official portrait once we catch him.

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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Trump and Clinton Triumph in Northeast Primaries

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Subject:Trump and Clinton Triumph in Northeast Primaries

Trump swept all five states while Clinton won four |

Donald Trump swept all five Northeast Republican primaries on Tuesday, winning Connecticut, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Rhode Island, while Hillary Clinton took home four Democratic primary victories in Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. Bernie Sanders won the Rhode Island Democratic primary, staving off a shutout, as Ted Cruz and John Kasich were unable to win a single state.

Trump, attending the TIME 100 gala, renewed his call for Kasich and Cruz to exit the Presidential race. "They should drop out, because frankly they have no path to victory," Trump said Tuesday night.


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if charlie parker was a gunslinger,
there'd be a whole lot of dead copycats

<center>if charlie parker was a gunslinger,<br>there'd be a whole lot of dead copycats</center>

Seminal Image #1134

Posted: 26 Apr 2016 09:04 PM PDT

(Martin Ritt; 1963)

They Were Collaborators #890

Posted: 26 Apr 2016 09:03 PM PDT

Warren Beatty and Elaine May

An Illustrated History of Race Relations in America #25

Posted: 26 Apr 2016 09:02 PM PDT

Original Caption:

Alsip -- Mrs Mamie Bradley reacts as the body of her son is lowered into his grave during the funeral. Her son, fourteen year old Emmett Till, was shot and murdered in Greenwood, Mississippi. (1955)

The Art of Jazz #157

Posted: 26 Apr 2016 09:01 PM PDT

Kenton in Hi-Fi
(Stan Kenton & His Orchestra)
(Capitol Records; 1956)

How to Read... with Richard Avedon #23

Posted: 26 Apr 2016 09:00 PM PDT

Bert Lahr

Artists in Action #886

Posted: 26 Apr 2016 04:31 PM PDT

Ernest Thesiger embroiders.

Bird's-Eye View #4

Posted: 26 Apr 2016 04:29 PM PDT

Citizen Kane
(Orson Welles; 1941)

They Were an Item #182

Posted: 26 Apr 2016 04:27 PM PDT

Matt Cimber & Jayne Mansfield

Monday, April 25, 2016

Naomi Klein. Bill McKibben. Wen Stephenson.

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Friday, April 22, 2016

Celebrate Earth Day (late, of course)

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