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change-of-season:

There is a city by the sea, a gentle company
I don’t suppose you want to
And as it tells its sorry tale in harrowing detail
Its hollowness will haunt you

Its streets and boulevards, orphans and oligarchs are here
A plaintive melody, truncated symphony
An ocean’s garbled vomit on the shore
Los Angeles, I’m yours

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worldcafe:

He loves the song craft of Paul Simon. He’s from Texas. He’s singer-songwriter Robert Ellis. Listen to our session with him here.

worldcafe:

He loves the song craft of Paul Simon. He’s from Texas. He’s singer-songwriter Robert Ellis. Listen to our session with him here.

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After several years on the West Coast, Rhys is now happily settled in Brooklyn, where The Americans films, though, as he jokes, “My jeans get tighter every week.” And now he’s apparently the one setting the standard on set. “There’s that term when in the Tour de France you have someone that you draft off. I really feel like I draft off him — he’s that good,” says [Keri] Russell. [x]

After several years on the West Coast, Rhys is now happily settled in Brooklyn, where The Americans films, though, as he jokes, “My jeans get tighter every week.” And now he’s apparently the one setting the standard on set. “There’s that term when in the Tour de France you have someone that you draft off. I really feel like I draft off him — he’s that good,” says [Keri] Russell. [x]

(Source: uptownhags)

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Rufus can make anything his pillow.

Rufus can make anything his pillow.

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