"Faces in the Rubble In the Bronx, Capturing Beauty in the Bad Old In the middle of a Mott Haven street, a lone couple hugs tightly and twirls to the music of an unseen orchestra. Bronx, New York. Photo by By David Gonzalez
Jazz-Age Dance Party, Governors Island, NY (The Sartorialist). This is what I call dancing. when you feel the music and move to the beat. Sorry, all you choregraphed and ballet dancers --- not 'real' dancing!
Various : Living In The Streets Vol 2 – More Wah Wah Jazz, Funky Soul, & Other Dirty Grooves (CD) - Even better than volume one – and a stellar collection of rare funky grooves! The compilation -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store
Art Really Can Be Anywhere on Anything: The World's Most Beautiful Stairways
Salvador Dali stairs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
5 Kinds of Childhood Emotional Abuse We Don't Talk About
I experienced and still experience all 5 of these. #4 more so with friends or acquaintances..but holy crap #2 stunned me as I recalled something my father always said. I am the second born of 4 girls, and my father would be drunk and stoned and tell us (as a joke to him), "men want women to be a lady in the streets and a freak in the sheets!" and he would laugh and think he was the God of all jokesters, when really he was abusing his own daughters with lewd talk. He still does this today.
How to Be a Flapper Girl. Being a flapper was a trend in the Roaring Twenties, where some women rebelled against some of society's strict expectations of females. Flappers were women who liked to be "in the now styles and fads", and.