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ohchloe:

Secret City
Hong Kong
2014
Oct 16, 2014 / 1,815 notes

ohchloe:

Secret City

Hong Kong

2014

Oct 15, 2014 / 1 note

spazz-on-command said: Hey are you guys coming back to Tennessee anytime soon? I'd like to see you when I'm not with Dad if possible.

Not ‘till around Christmas, but we’d love to see you then! We’ll let you know when we’re coming to town.

Oct 13, 2014 / 549 notes

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Oct 13, 2014 / 5,402 notes
Howlin’ Wolf and Muddy Waters
- Thomas Copi, Ann Arbor, August 1969
Oct 12, 2014 / 2 notes

Howlin’ Wolf and Muddy Waters

- Thomas Copi, Ann Arbor, August 1969

Bobby ‘n Johnny in color
Oct 11, 2014 / 15 notes

Bobby ‘n Johnny in color

Oct 11, 2014 / 14 notes

Bobby ‘n Johnny

Oct 11, 2014 / 234 notes

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Zea. Zee Best.
zeathefourth:

Illustration for Poofy du Vey NY Clown Theater Festival 2014
Full series here
Oct 11, 2014 / 7 notes

Zea. Zee Best.

zeathefourth:

Illustration for Poofy du Vey
NY Clown Theater Festival 2014

Full series here

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theswinginsixties:Dolly Parton
Oct 8, 2014 / 1,375 notes
joelclementsart:


I should be doing other stuff but making these is too much fun.
Inspired by Johnny Cash
Joel Clements
Oct 3, 2014 / 3,190 notes

joelclementsart:

I should be doing other stuff but making these is too much fun.

Inspired by Johnny Cash

Joel Clements

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togatherflowersconstantly:


Johnny Cash singing at folsom prison
Oct 1, 2014 / 3,898 notes

togatherflowersconstantly:

Johnny Cash singing at folsom prison

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When Ralph Cosham passed away today, the D.C. theater community and audiobook world lost a very gifted actor, and the world lost a truly lovely man. I only had the good fortune to work with Ralph on one show, but it was an incredibly important experience, and the beginning of my enduring admiration of him and of our friendship. We worked together on “Either Or” at Theater J, and each night I sat in the wings and watched Ralph and Paul Morella perform an absolutely exquisite father/son scene with great stillness and subtlety that I doubt most of us will achieve in our lifetimes. But, more importantly, Ralph and I walked down the block on two-show days for lunch and conversation. I’d have a pint (or two) and Ralph would have a glass of wine (or two), and we got to know each other a little. And this is what I learned about Ralph then and continued to learn over the years—Ralph Cosham was a family man, a bon vivant, a comedian, and a gentleman. He was quiet, kind, gracious, wry, very English, and very funny. Yes, he was an accomplished craftsman, but he showed me that that was the least important thing. Being a kind person, a good friend, a good father and husband is what it’s really about. We’ll all miss you very, very much, Ralph.
Sep 30, 2014 / 3 notes

When Ralph Cosham passed away today, the D.C. theater community and audiobook world lost a very gifted actor, and the world lost a truly lovely man. I only had the good fortune to work with Ralph on one show, but it was an incredibly important experience, and the beginning of my enduring admiration of him and of our friendship. We worked together on “Either Or” at Theater J, and each night I sat in the wings and watched Ralph and Paul Morella perform an absolutely exquisite father/son scene with great stillness and subtlety that I doubt most of us will achieve in our lifetimes. But, more importantly, Ralph and I walked down the block on two-show days for lunch and conversation. I’d have a pint (or two) and Ralph would have a glass of wine (or two), and we got to know each other a little. And this is what I learned about Ralph then and continued to learn over the years—Ralph Cosham was a family man, a bon vivant, a comedian, and a gentleman. He was quiet, kind, gracious, wry, very English, and very funny. Yes, he was an accomplished craftsman, but he showed me that that was the least important thing. Being a kind person, a good friend, a good father and husband is what it’s really about. We’ll all miss you very, very much, Ralph.


Maggie Smith, photographed by Lord Snowdon during rehearsals for Hedda Gabler (1970)
Sep 28, 2014 / 198 notes

Maggie Smith, photographed by Lord Snowdon during rehearsals for Hedda Gabler (1970)

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The Band
Sep 11, 2014 / 20 notes

The Band