About · 23.f
community art facilitator
visual anthropologist-ish
street art enthusiast
ultimate frisbee player
vinyl junkie
(via Eloise: An Update : The New Yorker)

For Tipped Workers, A Different Minimum Wage Battle : NPR→

The Romance of Birthright Israel | The Nation→

Kristian Hans Riise's Photographs of Fjord Life in Norway : The New Yorker→

(via An Illustrated History of All the Ways Urban Environments Can Control Us - Sarah Goodyear - The Atlantic Cities)

Pete’s Grill - a digital story by Kyle Little (by CenterOfTheStory)

Found this while researching digital storytelling today…at first I didn’t think it could be the same Pete’s Grill, but here it is

Public Housing And The J. Van Story Branch Building :: The Marc Steiner Show→

“When I was little I thought all adults had this innate sense of decency and self-possession that I’d somehow grow into, but now I feel like they really don’t. We’re all kids in bigger bodies who now like spicy food and dress up and go to work.”

Reminder: Adam in Girls Is a Sleaze - The “Girls” Roundtable - The Atlantic

The Project Gutenberg eBook of The King in Yellow, by Robert W. Chambers.→

Before True Detective: The Short Stories of Nic Pizzolatto - Christopher Orr - The Atlantic→

Monoskop: a wiki for art, culture and media technology→

This exists? Awesome.

Art’s Post-Media Malaise→

Our Indispensable Guide for Cooling Your Overheated Apartment - Elena Goukassian - The Atlantic Cities→

Why Gentrification Is So Hard to Stop - James Frank Dy Zarsadiaz - The Atlantic Cities→

“CO: Why is it so great to be able to walk from one art space to another??
KH: Its just really exciting to see so much art, so many people interested in it, and so many spaces motivated to supporting it all at once. Walking from space to space, seeing different people, new work everywhere, allows for a much broader perspective on our community in general – not only considering one piece or one space, but it allows us to be able to consider how we all exist together and the power that we can hold as a community.”

ALLOVERSTREET, The Newest Art Crawl in Station North ‹ bmoreart | Baltimore’s Contemporary Art Authority