#thecoffeestories no. 2 | Nick | 28 | “My first job at age 15 was a reporter. Since then I’ve explored acting, writing, PR, training, managing, grad school - everything. I have learned that my career doesn’t define me, and I had to let go of that. I fully expect to be either a mayor or professional fisherman by the time I’m 40.” (at Siphon Coffee)

thecoffeestories:

no. 2 | Nick | 28 | “My first job at age 15 was a reporter. Since then I’ve explored acting, writing, PR, training, managing, grad school - everything. I have learned that my career doesn’t define me, and I had to let go of that. I fully expect to be either a mayor or professional fisherman by the time I’m 40.”

thecoffeestories:

instagram from coffee story no. 1: andrew

thecoffeestories:

no. 1 | andrew | 22 | architecture student | “Architecture is more than designing a building. It’s in writing, drawing, photography, poetry, music. The creative process means that its in all things.” 

1924us:

This hasn’t been on our Instagram yet, because we really wanted
to show you it here first… a 1920’s painting, over-illustrated by 1924.
In the words of Dry the River, “i don’t want to be a vessel anymore.”
Too much stress on the sailors.  

“I am the girl who prefers to spend her Friday night curled up with her pillow, reading a good novel, and I am also the girl who likes to go out on a Saturday night and dance until the DJ plays his last song. I am the girl who wants to wear beat up converses and an oversized sweatshirt, and I am also the girl who owns over sixty dresses and too many shoes to count. Why did it become okay to say one is better than the other? Because I am all of that.”
Ming D. Liu, What is “better?” (via nonelikejesus)

(via thingssheloves)

womensweardaily:

Sarah Jessica Parker Makes

Appearance at Nordstrom in

Houston

Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images for Nordstrom

Sarah Jessica Parker wasted no time getting to know her fans at Nordstrom in Houston during a recent public appearance. Before ever setting foot in the shoe department, the accessories designer and actress worked the phones, picking up calls from customers, eliciting everything from stunned silence to astonished screams on the other end of the line. For More


James Dean photographed by Roy Schatt, 1954.

James Dean photographed by Roy Schatt, 1954.

James Dean photographed by Roy Schatt, 1954.

James Dean photographed by Roy Schatt, 1954.

James Dean photographed by Roy Schatt, 1954.

James Dean photographed by Roy Schatt, 1954.

James Dean photographed by Roy Schatt, 1954.

James Dean photographed by Roy Schatt, 1954.

James Dean photographed by Roy Schatt, 1954.

James Dean photographed by Roy Schatt, 1954.

(via inquiries0fatwenty-something)

yahooentertainment:

Please welcome, Beyoncé!