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Hoje assisti A Travessia (The Walk), que conta a história de um equilibrista que, com ajuda de amigos, colocou um cabo entre as duas, e o atravessou. Fez isso antes das mesmas estarem concluídas. A travessia é incrivelmente perigosa. Ele a fez, e voltou… Vivo. 
E milhares de pessoas, que acharam que aquele dia de setembro era um dia comum, que foram para seus postos de trabalho de elevador, com seus pés firmemente apoiados nos soalhos de seus escritórios, não voltaram pra casa.
E essas mesmas torres voltam a ficar de pé, pra nos contar a história de Phelippe Petit, o equilibrista. Que vive ainda, e tem um passe permanente pras torres que não existem mais. 
Vi entardeceres lindos lá…
  

  

Ontem vi um casal que cumpre até hoje os votos que fizeram há vinte anos : na saúde e na doença,…

A doença chegou há mais de dez anos. E o amor continua.

Lindo de ver…

America.
Their show in sao paulo was fantastic.

MIDLIFEROCKER

America-1 America co-founders Dewey Bunnell (L) and Gerry Beckley

A seminal 70’s band keeps playing its classic songs for new generations.

By Steve Houk

Whether it was sitting in the back seat as a teenager listening to their songs on FM radio with the windows down and your hair flying in the wind, or hanging with your best friend in your bedroom singing along to their landmark Greatest Hits album “History,” the band America is as much a part of many of us who grew up in the 70’s as bellbottoms, a Stingray bicycle or Wacky Packages were.

It’s hard to think of another band whose songs are so familiar to our generation, so engrained in us, that hearing them even today still makes us feel a whole range of emotions, like happiness, youthfulness, familiarity, as well as just digging on some really good music. Bands like The Eagles, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith or for us in Connecticut, any…

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Metro

pic 2 It’s the small but thoughtful things that show we care (Picture: Puuung)

‘Love is something that everybody can relate to. And love comes in ways that we can easily overlook in our daily lives,’ writes Korean artist Puuung.

She’s not about the grand overblown gestures; she’s focuses on the small but thoughtful things we do for our loved ones every day. Like a hug when you’ve had a s*** day at work, or just reading the papers on the sofa together.

Puuung’s says of her subtle but touching series of illustrations, ‘I try to find the meaning of love in our daily lives and make it into artwork.’

After all, what more does anyone need in life than a nice flat, lots of hugs, good food and a cat?

Love is….

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Check out more illustrations here.

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How come a man wakes up and decides to kill 150 people, himself included? How a young man decides to kill 150 at once, including coleagues? Tragedy becomes mass murder, and is still tragedy.

Como uma pessoa acorda decidida a matar 150, inclusive a si mesma? Como um homem jovem resolve assassinar 150 de uma vez, inclusive seus colegas de trabalho? A tragedia virou assassinato em massa, e continua tragedia.