To the person who designed the St. Germain bottle: bravo.
New York City is launching the latest salvo in its never-ending war on rats.
City officials are ramping up efforts to teach regular New Yorkers how to make their streets, businesses and gardens less hospitable to rodents — in other words, to see their neighborhood the way a health inspector would.
When Caroline Bragdon, a rat expert with the city’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, walks through the East Village, she’s not looking at the people or the storefronts. Her eyes point down, at the place where the sidewalk meets the buildings and the street. “If you look really carefully, you can even see their hairs,” Bragdon says, pointing to a little hole in the sidewalk next to a sewer grate. “When we see something like this, what we say to each other is, ‘This catch basin is hot.’ You know, ‘This is ratty.’ “
Photo credit: Ludovic Bertron/Flickr
Anyone can cook.
Friday funk y’all.
Waiting for caffeine.
"Art cannot be modern. Art is primordially eternal." - Egon Schiele
The Marianne Vos museum in Meeuwen, the Netherlands. Every jersey, trophy, bottle, medal and more in one place.
PRO TIP: In a two man break with 1km to go, give dude in front the worst pain face shake of head, and attack like your life depends on it at the first sign of road furniture!!! (Dudes standing on said furniture were EXCITED to see this move go down!!!) | Nate ★ Life GIF!
Pablo Picasso , Paris studio 1944
Lady with artichoke
Want the coat, skip the cap.
Joan Miro - Mark on the Wall II (1967)
Old Vic Tunnels under Waterloo station as the House of Vans [(http://trendland.com/)]