This morning, an incredible Twitter thread involving Bad Brains, CBGB’s, Palestine, and graffiti.
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● Fired Officer Is Indicted in Breonna Taylor Case; Protesters Wanted Stronger Charges nytimes A former officer was charged with “wanton endangerment” for endangering Ms. Taylor’s neighbors with gunshots when she was killed by police officers in her Louisville apartment. ● 2 Louisville officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests apnews ● This Isn’t Justice thecut None of the officers who killed Breonna Taylor face any charges related to her death. And only one has been fired.
Vetiver – “It’s Beyond Me” youtube
‘Blue Shift’ Will Decide the Election theatlantic
“It is slowly dawning on the press and the electorate that Election Day will be more like Election Week or Election Month this year.”
The Public-Shaming Pandemic newyorker
Around the world, people who accidentally spread the coronavirus must face both a dangerous illness and an onslaught of online condemnation.
The Original Waxed Jacket: How Barbour Transcended Britain grailed
Barbour has always embraced it’s extremely diverse clientele. From Queen Elizabeth II to the lowly sailor who wears a second generation hand-me-down, each is a critical component of the Barbour ecosystem.
A New Way of Living and Dressing bbc
What we wear has always revealed our values and aspirations, particularly in times of turbulence and upheaval. And now, writes Bel Jacobs, it’s a time for change.
Can Luxury Fashion Ever Regain Its Luster? nytimes
The industry is trying to reach customers amid a severe global recession that has brought mass layoffs and plunging sales. Traditional fashion weeks might be out of step.
Is the New Guards Group the New Guard of Fashion? nytimes
The industry is in reset mode. Does a Milanese upstart have the blueprint for how to grow a next generation of blockbuster brands?
‘Tsunami’ of Hotel Closures is Coming, Experts Warn latimes
Hotels that primarily cater to conventions and business travelers are more at risk of closing because such travel has all but disappeared, according to industry experts. Meanwhile, hotels located in popular car-accessible vacation destinations, such as Santa Monica, Santa Barbara and San Diego, seem more likely to survive the crisis thanks to a slow increase in leisure travel.
The Hidden Costs of Streaming Music newyorker
In his recent book, “Decomposed,” Kyle Devine drives home the point that there is no such thing as a nonmaterial way of listening to music.
Old TV caused village broadband outages for 18 months bbc
Every morning at 7am the village internet went down.
The Uncanniness of Algorithmic Style kylechayka
Algorithms inherently lead to warped, glitchy aesthetics rather than realism.
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