There aren’t enough heart emoji’s in the world to express our love for Pharrell Williams (and this video)! Pharrell spends most of his time behind the camera on this one as dancers and models do their best two-stepping in front of the lens. Miley Cyrus also makes a fun cameo with Pharrell, who both free-willingly dance to the music with smiles on their faces, having a good ol’ time.
Dancing Your Heart Out at @momaps1
A visit to MoMA PS1 (@momaps1) in Queens, New York on a Saturday this summer might involve world-class art as well as dancing, oysters and piñatas. “Warm Up is MoMA PS1’s summer-long outdoor experimental music series,” Margaret Knowles (@margie__k), its producer, says. “Visitors who come for their favorite DJs can watch them spin against a stage set created by an emerging design firm alongside an installation by our Young Architects Program; those who come to see an exhibition or sample M. Wells’s take on a lobster roll can dance their hearts out.”
Confetti System (@confettisystem) is one of the design firms featured at this year’s Warm Up. “As artists and designers,” they say, “it is rare to be offered such an open platform within the context of a museum.”
I don’t care about losing people who don’t wanna be in my life anymore. I’ve lost people who meant the world to me and I’m still doing just fine.”
— Pleasure P (via aviolafyre)
Never thought of it that way, but makes sense to me
What you see is what you expect….
I was just thinking about my bios on my social media accounts…. I mention what I do and who I do it for, but, man, what a loss of humanity. I need more characters for identifiers that make me human. Not enough space for folks to know I love to play spades, board games, I love the sun, I was born in Germany, I am in love, I have a loving family, I have 2 favorite songs- “Hotel California” by The Eagles and “Easy” by Commodores & I’m a vegan. Remember in this world of “perception is reality” … remember it’s not.
Seeing this show on its closing night was emotional not only for the cast but the audience as well. How often do we get a show on Broadway that is in lockstep with the code of our culture. I’m so proud of everyone that made the show possible- the energy was magnetic. Every singer, dancer and actor could be recognized as a professional on Broadway- a dream so few are able to have realized that are of color. It was great seeing one of my favorite poets, Saul Williams, shine and thrive on stage. #hollerifyahearme #datenight
Good Morning …..remembering to smile even thru the “bad” times can get you thru!! Good energy only…. :)
Last night, I saw this flick in BK (yes, brooklyn) and was truly in awe of Spike Lee… (again)! This movie was made in 1983 as his thesis project for NYU. There were so many subtleties and overt themes relating to New York, hustling, hip hop, the black diaspora, education, children needing direction, greed, violence and our collective consumerism mentality. These themes have been reflected in all his films. The man is just cut from a different cloth.
"I went on a tour of Italy when I was younger, and when I saw The Coliseum in Rome, I said to myself: ‘It doesn’t look like I imagined.’ A stranger standing next to me thought I was talking to him. We got married exactly one year later."
Talking to yourself can change your life