vintagesalt:

Cyndi Lauper

vintagesalt:

Cyndi Lauper

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gingerrogerss:

Lady Mary Crawley, 5x06

gingerrogerss:

Lady Mary Crawley, 5x06

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vintagesalt:

Joan Jett by Neil Zlozower, 1977

vintagesalt:

Joan Jett by Neil Zlozower, 1977

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I love my skin!

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blackhistoryalbum:

THE REAL CLEOPATRA JONES | 1970
—— Saundra Brown, 28, the first black woman on the Oakland police force gets instructions on how to shoot a shotgun, 1970.

Seriously, if you guys aren’t following Black History Album, do it. So so cool and revolutionary.

blackhistoryalbum:

THE REAL CLEOPATRA JONES | 1970

—— Saundra Brown, 28, the first black woman on the Oakland police force gets instructions on how to shoot a shotgun, 1970.

Seriously, if you guys aren’t following Black History Album, do it. So so cool and revolutionary.


salesonfilm:

so there was this rumor on a vinyl forum that the sleater-kinney box set would come with a 7” of new music, and today twitter basically confirmed it.

we did it, you guys. it’s real. it’s happening.

1/20/15 GET PUMPED

edit: stereogum is on it tho i scooped ‘em by a few :)

edit 2: there’s cover art for a new album (?!) called “no cities to love” and the name of the 7” song is “bury our friends”

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blackhistoryalbum:

BONNIE & CLYDE | 1942
—- Sharp dressed African American couple sitting for a full length portrait shot taken at the Daisy Studio, Memphis, TN, 1942.

blackhistoryalbum:

BONNIE & CLYDE | 1942

—- Sharp dressed African American couple sitting for a full length portrait shot taken at the Daisy Studio, Memphis, TN, 1942.


blackhistoryalbum:

FLAPPER STYLE | 1920s
Two unidentified, fur-bedecked African American women dressed in classic flapper style smile for the camera, circa 1920s. Addison Scurlock, photographer.

blackhistoryalbum:

FLAPPER STYLE | 1920s

Two unidentified, fur-bedecked African American women dressed in classic flapper style smile for the camera, circa 1920s. Addison Scurlock, photographer.