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Eartha Kitt, 1955. Photographed by Philippe Halsman.

"...there was something wonderful—and joyful, not bleak—about at last seeing a scene that treats technology this way. It’s so much closer (and here I speak only for myself, and not for my generation) to real life." Emily Nussbaum writes about 'A Perfect Twitter Moment' on this week's episode of "Girls": nyr.kr/Kq3Rff

vivienne westwood, by tim walker. Repinned from @TheDamesGotMoxie.

Mother Teresa (1910-1997) Born Agnes Bojaxhiu to Albanian parents living under the Ottoman Empire, the petite nun made her way to India in 1929, building her start-up missionary community of 13 members in Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) into a global network of more than 4,000 sisters running orphanages and AIDS hospices. Sometimes criticized for lacking adequate medical training, not addressing poverty on a grander scale, actively opposing birth control and ...

"She never thought she was making a statement about women in comedy... For her, it was just about making a movie she could be proud of, and she labored over it tirelessly for half a decade." —Judd Apatow writes about Kristen Wiig, one of TIME's 100 Most Influential People in the World, and her hit movie "Bridesmaids." ti.me/J6BNT3

Girls. OBSESSED with this show. Sunday nights on HBO. Makes the network of T & A seem a little less sexist....