1. "God draws straight but with crooked lines."

    Seeing this Thursday night. I’m the most excited.

  2. in-my-blood-my-holy-wine:

    The Queen of Jordan Episodes are EVERYTHING.

    (Source: ayyoo-river)

  3. Look up. #chicago #searstower #willistower #travel (at Willis Tower)

    Look up. #chicago #searstower #willistower #travel (at Willis Tower)

  4. Oh so hey if anyone in NYC wants to get drinks or a meal or something this week lemme know. Cause we should.

  5. sonateharder:

(via don’t shoot the pianist » Blog Archive » Interdisciplinary Relations)

    sonateharder:

    (via don’t shoot the pianist » Blog Archive » Interdisciplinary Relations)

  6. tastefullyoffensive:

    A Study of New York by Tumble Dry Comics

    I can attest to the truthiness of this

  7. It’s horrible when your heart is somewhere your body is not.

    — Joe Lunn (via mariannapaige)

    (Source: iceages)

  8. immaestro:

    Faure: Pavane in F sharp minor, Op. 50

    Sol Gabetta (Cello)

    Charls Olivieri-Munroe/Prager Philharmoniker

  9. Unpublished Letters Reveal My Fair Lady and Gigi Lyricist's Withdrawal from Phantom of the Opera →

  10. newyorker:

On the day of Hitler’s suicide, a squad of American soldiers found themselves face to face with the eighty-year-old composer and conductor Richard Strauss. Alex Ross reflects on the story of the encounter: http://nyr.kr/UqKUES

“Why do I find these tales mesmerizing? Perhaps it has to do with the awkward relationship that any child of the postwar American empire has with the old European colossus of classical music. No matter how deeply we bow before it, we feel like intruders, pulling into the driveways of the great composers and threatening them with eviction.”

Photograph by AP.

    newyorker:

    On the day of Hitler’s suicide, a squad of American soldiers found themselves face to face with the eighty-year-old composer and conductor Richard Strauss. Alex Ross reflects on the story of the encounter: http://nyr.kr/UqKUES

    “Why do I find these tales mesmerizing? Perhaps it has to do with the awkward relationship that any child of the postwar American empire has with the old European colossus of classical music. No matter how deeply we bow before it, we feel like intruders, pulling into the driveways of the great composers and threatening them with eviction.”

    Photograph by AP.