I had found out through some channels that Capones in Norristown PA would be holding a tasting even…
A warm reminder to all the sociologists and would-be sociologists out there
Amazing coffees just keep coming! This week we have three new coffees available: Costa Rica Cafetín 1900, Ethiopia Walena Suke Quto, and Kenya Tegu.
Cafetín is a micro-mill in the town of San Martin, Costa Rica. While Tim O’Brien was a Peace Corps volunteer based in San Martín, he fell in love…
Sasha Pivovarova by Hedi Slimane
Vogue Paris April 2008
The Road to Genocide
For the next few decades, tension and violence between the Hutu and the Tutsi grew. The power of the Tutsi eroded, and as they became a target of violence, many fled to other countries to live in refugee camps. Tutsi exiles launched attacks against the Hutu authority from neighboring countries throughout the 1960s.
In 1973, Juvénal Habyarimana overthrew the previous government and established his own. For the next 20 years, he favored the Hutu and discriminated against the Tutsi, continuing the legacy of his predecessor, Grégoire Kayibanda.
In the refugee camps, Tutsis and Hutus opposed to Habyarimana
La vocación de Vader
Esta semana, entre procesión y procesión, no estamos posteando nada. La semana que viene volvemos con más tiras y chorradas.
Four works of outsider art (or “Art Brut,” as coined by Jean Dubuffet) selected by Katie Bachner, who interviewed outsider art collector, Sam Farber for our February issue.1Madge GillHigh Priestess, 1930-19402Thorton DialLost, 20043Henry DargerAfter McWhorter Run. Gladelinians attack and blow up train carrying children to refuge4Martin RamirezUntitled, (Trains and Tunnels),1952-53