Oregon Greaser: 1942
1 month ago - By Shorpy
July 1942. "Grant County, Oregon. Malheur National Forest. Greasing a logging truck." Medium format acetate negative by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.
Read more ...
The headlines of Artwork Mag
the only astronaut we can invite home !!
The Last Trip
we will all take this trip one day -
Estasi di Santa Teresa
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Review: A Portrait Reveals a Composer With a Dramatic Edge
The Miller Theater's Composer Portraits series returns with a program of Liza Lim's music, featuring the JACK Quartet.
Joe Bussard, Obsessive Collector of Rare Records, Dies at 86
His life revolved around his massive hoard of fragile 78 r.p.m. disks of jazz, blues, country and gospel music recorded between the 1920s and '50s.
Instagram and Pinterest Partially to Blame for Teen's Death, Coroner Says
A coroner's office has ruled that social media was a factor in the death of a 14-year-old British schoolgirl.
Incredible Set of Historical Photos are Signed by Photographers and Subjects
A collection of photographs that mark pivotal moments in American history complete with notes from the people who took them is being auctioned off today.
KIDS DESIGN - tesco animals
I'm finishing the week as we started it with kids patterns and placement prints from Tesco. So for our Friday eye candy expect big cats, unicorns, bears, penguins, tropical...
Five Science Fiction Movies to Stream Now
Amnesiacs and French-history time travelers are among the protagonists in this month's sci-fi picks.
Review: “Ghostlight” by Kenneth Oppel
Our guest critic, a dead ringer for the elf who went to Halloween, weighs in on a trio of ghoulish treats.
‘American visions' Review: Tune In, and Buckle Up, for Family Drama
In Victor I. Cazares's play, Walmart is a haven for a family of undocumented Mexican immigrants, but it comes with a cost.
Twitter Has Copied Instagram Reels, Which Copied TikTok
Twitter is expanding video support on its platform including a new "immersive" media viewer that looks a lot like Instagram Reels, which of course is just a copy of TikTok.
Deepfake Technology Will Allow Bruce Willis to Return to Cinema
Hollywood star Bruce Willis has licensed his image to a technology company that has made a "digital twin" of him to be used in future movies.