Why did @fabadu do this to me. I was over here chilling, focused, now…someone get this for my bday. Please and thank you @jahnice_the_diva
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the NBA’s all-time leading scorer, with 38,387 points. He’s now 65. But once upon a time he was just another black kid growing up in Manhattan.
In New York magazine’s great “Childhood in New York” issue, he talks about moving from Harlem to Inwood and being among the first black people in the neighborhood. His mom was harassed at the supermarket because the manager insisted she was shoplifting, and there was a constant fear he’d get beaten up en route to school by the Irish kids.
“I remember I saw a man get out of a Rolls-Royce—the man was Caucasian, and his driver was black. I said to the driver, “I’m gonna have a car like that one day.”
Growing children are the inevitable, and most of the time we are all looking for furniture pieces that will help grow with your child– rather than having to replace desks, beds, chairs and more. Designers Tim Durfee and Iris Anna Regn have created an interesting seating arrangement for kiddos of all age ranges and sizes.
#foodtruck opening #downtowndenver me and the clear people that I’ll miss when I’m gone. Me and the big homie (at Infinite Monkey Theorem)
Brazilian graffiti artists are beautifying their cities and inspiring their fellow citizens through an innovative, online collaboration that connects people willing to offer a space to those willing to paint it! The movement has taken off and hopes to spread internationally.