Reader’s Digest

I have a backlog of articles, links, and photos that people have sent me that I have to use, so this is going to be a bit of a digest.

 From Tim:

Charles and Ray Eames’ living room makes an interim home at LACMA at LA Times

The midcentury legends’ untouched living room is relocated and reassembled, piece by piece, at LACMA for the exhibition ‘California Design, 1930-1965: Living In a Modern Way.’

From Kerry:

From Susie:

Let’s Get Money Out And Give America Its Government Back from Huffington Post

From Tim:

You Say You Want a Revolution from The Daily Beast

Andrew Sullivan on how he learned to love the ‘goddam hippies’—and why their protests aren’t going to end.

From Ben:

5 Powerful Calorie Control Tricks To Help You Eat Less Food from Ben Greenfield Fitness

Appetite control, weight loss, and healthy eating can all be influenced by your subconscious mind.

From Scott:

Behold the Prohibition Splendor of the New Great Gatsby Movie  from Gawker

Australian director Baz Luhrman, who never met a quick cut, flashing light, or Botox-deadened Nicole Kidman forehead he didn’t like, started filming his adaptation of The Great Gatsby in September. But what is it going to look like?

From Muffy:

Vulgar from

“What is [my] idea of complete sophistication? Complete vulgarity. The vulgar man is always the most sophisticated, for the very desire to be sophisticated is vulgar. And without an element of vulgarity, no man can become a work of art.” – The both DESPICABLE and DELIGHTFUL English writer, artist, libertine, and dandy, Sebastian Horsley, 1962-2010. (Horsley also passionately argued that prostitution should not be legalized, as that would take away part of its thrill.)