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I guess now we know what that Instagram pic the other day was about.

I guess now we know what that Instagram pic the other day was about.

inlikewiththecity:

Aubrey Plaza Is Not Mocking You

Now I’m imagining a conversation between Zooey Deschanel and Aubrey Plaza.

inlikewiththecity:

Aubrey Plaza Is Not Mocking You

Now I’m imagining a conversation between Zooey Deschanel and Aubrey Plaza.

Drowning in those eyes. Don’t send help.

Drowning in those eyes. Don’t send help.

Thumb sisters!

Captain America Bloopers!

americansongwriter:

Song Premiere: Rhiannon Giddens, Charly Lowry and Pura Fé, “We Rise”
The Artist: Rhiannon Giddens of the Carolina Chocolate Drops collaborates with Charly Lowry and Pura Fé for the Music Maker Relief Foundation’s 20th Anniversary.The Song: the gospel-influenced, a cappella “We Rise.”Fun Fact: The Music Makers Relief Foundation is a non-profit that preserves the musical heritage of the south and supports struggling blues and traditional musicians.Songwriter Says: “Tim Duffy let me know that Pura Fé was recording at Music Maker and encouraged me to write a song for her,” says Giddens. “I wrote ‘We Rise’ with the memory of the sounds of her old group Ulali in my ears, and with the plight of so many women around the world in my mind.  I finished it on the car ride from Greensboro to Hillsboro, taught it to Pura Fé  and Charly Lowry, and we got it in a couple of takes.”
Click here to listen to “We Rise”

americansongwriter:

Song Premiere: Rhiannon Giddens, Charly Lowry and Pura Fé, “We Rise”

The Artist: Rhiannon Giddens of the Carolina Chocolate Drops collaborates with Charly Lowry and Pura Fé for the Music Maker Relief Foundation’s 20th Anniversary.
The Song: the gospel-influenced, a cappella “We Rise.”
Fun Fact: The Music Makers Relief Foundation is a non-profit that preserves the musical heritage of the south and supports struggling blues and traditional musicians.
Songwriter Says: “Tim Duffy let me know that Pura Fé was recording at Music Maker and encouraged me to write a song for her,” says Giddens. “I wrote ‘We Rise’ with the memory of the sounds of her old group Ulali in my ears, and with the plight of so many women around the world in my mind.  I finished it on the car ride from Greensboro to Hillsboro, taught it to Pura Fé  and Charly Lowry, and we got it in a couple of takes.”

Click here to listen to “We Rise”

indestructiblegem:

Entertainment Weekly- Comic Con Day Three
Deborah Ann Woll

indestructiblegem:

Entertainment Weekly- Comic Con Day Three

Deborah Ann Woll

Damn.

xokeren:

Emily Deschanel
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xokeren:

Emily Deschanel

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