10 Reasons To Buy The Roots illadelph halflife.
“Artists aren’t really people. I’m actually 40 per cent papier mache.”
On this day in 1967, President Lyndon B. Johnson nominated Solicitor General Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American to sit on the Supreme Court.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, the future civil rights leader originally intended to study at nearby the University of Maryland School of Law, however, it remained segregated.
Instead, Marshall attended Howard University School of Law. Shortly after graduating, Marshall successfully challenged the segregated University of Maryland in Murray v. Pearson. Read More
Marshall remained on the Court until 1991.
Photo: President Lyndon B. Johnson meeting with Thurgood Marshall shortly before announcing Marshall’s nomination to the Supreme Court, June 13, 1967.
Music on the Bones
When vinyl was scarce various underground retailers sought out alternatives. One such alternative was to print music on old discarded x-rays they recovered from the Soviet hospital. The result was a flimsy disk with ghostly images of rib cages and broken limbs imprinted on the plastic.
The sublime aura of L.A. i.e. smog
Alice Glass, PULP Magazine
Photographer: Arkan Zakharov
Fashion Editor: Juliana Schiavinatto
Made an Edit
This photo is a good example of how strange the 70’s were.
Jean Stapleton (aka Edith Bunker) and Alice Cooper.
Before Bad Brains, the Sex Pistols or even the Ramones, there was DEATH. A Band Called Death is a documentary 42 years in the making. It’s one of the most unlikely true stories you’ll ever hear, and one of the greatest triumphs in rock history.
YACHT’s Claire Evens is actually the coolest. Wow.