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The Moment When President Obama Realized He Needed Luther

Published April 27, 2015 by shoutyourheadoff

This is hilarious if you’re American and understand everything the guy in the back is on about.

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-From Zadie Smith’s New Yorker profile of Comedy Central stars Key and Peele. Keegan-Michael Key reprised his role as Luther for President Obama’s weekend speech at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.

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Documentary Photography: Photos of the Week

Published April 11, 2015 by shoutyourheadoff

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Check out what PJ students at the International Centre of Photography were up to this week.


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Light and Shadow/Soumita Bhattacharya

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Light and Shadow/Soumita Bhattacharya

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Light and Shadow/Soumita Bhattacharya

Grand Central TerminalGrand Central Terminal/Yolande Daeninck

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Grand Central TerminalGrand Central Terminal/Yolande Daeninck

7PlayingPortraitCamilaSvensonPlaying with Portrait – Camila Svenson/Griselda San Martin

8PlayingPortraitCJPlaying with Portrait – Shih-Chieh Wei/Griselda San Martin

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Playing with Portrait – Fabiana Sala/Griselda San Martin

sara frisby - montauk end of the world-1Montauk End of the World/Sara Frisby

10sara frisby - montauk end of the world-2Montauk End of the World/Sara Frisby

11sara frisby - montauk end of the world-3Montauk End of the World/Sara Frisby

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Portrait – Esteban Kuriel/Shih-Chieh Wei

15Wei_portrait02_20150310Portrait – Esteban Kuriel/Shih-Chieh Wei

16Wei_portrait03_20150310Portrait – Griselda San Martin/Shih-Chieh Wei

New York 14 Arrival on Staten Island/Gareth Smit


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How To Be, In Silence

Published April 7, 2015 by shoutyourheadoff

I love to read what the Dalai Lama has to say. His wisdom is inspiring to say the least and if some if not all is followed ,it could lead to a more acceptable, and peaceful life

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The social world, for all of its fundamental gifts — love, empathy, the lessons arguing provides — obscures the whole self, allowing each of us to mute what is harder to absorb about ourselves in a din of habit and distraction. When an artist breaks through that din, which seems to grow ever louder, she reflects solitude’s crisis: the challenge of being, unmasked.

“I wanted to be quiet in a nonquiet situation,” the composer John Cage wrote in 1948, while he was still formulating a solution that would eventually lead to his famous innovation of writing music with no notes at all. In 1949, the most famous monk of the last century — Thomas Merton — lamented that even cloistered religious people had become too conscious of what their renunciations might do, keeping silence as a form of payback for all the clatter in the world, instead of accessing…

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