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bacon and egg shengjian bao (pan-fried steamed buns)

bacon and egg shengjian bao (pan-fried steamed buns)

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Famous Feeders: Beautiful Pics of Celebrity Moms Breastfeeding

See Selma Blair Breastfeeding in Public. Woo Hoo!

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Carol Kaye - As a session musician, Kaye was the bassist on many Phil Spector and Brian Wilson productions in the 1960s and 1970s. She played guitar on Ritchie Valens' "La Bamba" and is credited with the bass tracks on several Simon & Garfunkel hits and many film scores by Quincy Jones and Lalo Schifrin. One of the most popular albums Carol contributed to was the Beach Boys' Pet Sounds.

“A woman cannot make the culture more aware by saying ‘Change.’ But she can change her own attitude toward herself, thereby causing devaluing projections to glance off. She does this by taking back her body. By not forsaking the joy of her natural body, by not purchasing the popular illusion that happiness is only bestowed on those of a certain configuration or age, by not waiting or holding back to do anything, and by taking back her real life, and living it full bore, all stops out.” —

Katherine Switzer, running the Boston marathon in 1967-before women were allowed. The race organizer clawed at her, trying to drag her off the course. But she finished! Amazing!

Audrey Hepburn spent many years in Africa helping the helpless. Yet all the pictures on Pinterest show her as a fashion icon. Fashion passes in a wink, compassion lasts forever.

howling with laughter along the plains

Delivering dinosaurs for exhibit at the Boston Museum of Science. Arthur Pollock, 1984.

NTS live radio - newish Dalston-based pirate radio. It's fresh, hip, n'in the hood!

Film Reviews, Hong Kong Cinema Listings & Interviews – Time Out Hong Kong | The 100 Greatest Hong Kong Films

Really want to see this new documentary on Ai Wei Wei: not just the bad boy activist artist of the Chinese Contemporary art scene, but from meeting him in Beijing, simply a brilliant intelligent guy, creative genius, community builder, critical and compelling thinker...

My new style icon and heroine is Ofelia from Pan's Labyrinth (directed Guillermo del Toro 2006, Mexico) Set in post-Spanish Civil War. Magical, beautiful, scary. Kicks Hollywood butt.