Remember the Vimeo vid on slow Venice? Here’s a Paris version, similar in both concept and music. Fodder for your end-of-the-workweek daydreams.
(via Lost in Cheeseland)
Far from the stuffy, sterile elitism that the word "museum" traditionally evokes, San Francisco is home to some of the most vibrant, interactive and – dare we say? – fun museums around. For decades, SF's museums have focused on accessible engagement with art, science, discovery and history. The recent closing of the Museum of Craft and Folk Art inspired us here at…
A fairly novel addition to the quieter part of the Mission, this shop offers a great variety of house made salumi, prosciuttos, cheese, other complimentary items + a daily selection of fresh made pastas from nearby Flour + Water. A chalkboard menu also lists the fresh sandwiches and salads of the day. I was torn between ordering a salumi or a cheese plate (as they're separate), but a sweet gentleman kindly offered to help me pick out a cheese and have it sliced up if I picked the salumi mix.
Handwriting is like making love; typing, like having sex. It’s essentially the same enjoyable activity, but the approach is slightly different.
What: A shrunken sweatshirt cut in thick reverse terrycloth.
Why: We never thought we'd live to see the day when athletic-style sweatshirts became work appropriate, but now that it's here, we're embracing the comfy trend with both (terrycloth-clad) arms. This dark navy number from Everlane—a west coast based e-commerce shop specializing in gorgeously crafted basics—is a shrunken version of the brand's men's style, and is made from an ultra-soft reverse terry material.
Behold, lovers of children’s books, “two of literature’s most tortured characters, together at last” in the Willems Shakespeare mashup of Mo Willems’s pigeon (from Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!) performing Hamlet’s famed soliloquy.