mozzeriansaroundtheworld:

From the October 2014 ‘Rockdelux’ issue interview:

*Your Contact with the public even in the physical sense has always been intense.
Has that changed with age?

Morrissey: My doctors have asked me to stop shaking hands and bring the mic towards people because
that transmits deadly germs leading to cancellations and suddenly I find myself transported on a stretcher to an operating room.
I’m just a huge sponge.


Rockdelux: http://t.co/uMR75Tgzc0

(Source: rockdelux.com)

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Balanchine and Karinska examine Suzanne Farrell’s Dulcinea costume
Photo: Martha Swope

Balanchine and Karinska examine Suzanne Farrell’s Dulcinea costume

Photo: Martha Swope

libraryplankton:

Tomorrow’s office today : managing technological change /
David Birchall & Valerie Hammond.
Published: London : Business Books, 1981.

libraryplankton:

Tomorrow’s office today : managing technological change /

David Birchall & Valerie Hammond.

Published: London : Business Books, 1981.

(via iheartbookdesign)

wehadfacesthen:

Remembering  Deborah Kerr  on her birthday (30 September 1921 - 16 October 2007)
"I came over here [Hollywood] to act, but it turned out all I had to do was to be high-minded, long suffering, white-gloved and decorative."

wehadfacesthen:

Remembering  Deborah Kerr  on her birthday (30 September 1921 - 16 October 2007)

"I came over here [Hollywood] to act, but it turned out all I had to do was to be high-minded, long suffering, white-gloved and decorative."

This week’s NME

This week’s NME

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October 2014 issue of Spanish magazine Rockdelux, three different covers

October 2014 issue of Spanish magazine Rockdelux, three different covers

Happy birthday, Truman Capote!
Pictured here with George Balanchine and Tanaquil LeClercq.
Photo: Bettman/CORBIS

Happy birthday, Truman Capote!

Pictured here with George Balanchine and Tanaquil LeClercq.

Photo: Bettman/CORBIS

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ballet-fan:

Sarah Lamb and Federico Bonelli rehearsing Don Quixote at the Royal Ballet.

Photos (c) Johan Persson and Andrei Uspenski

A completely different Don Quixote, choreographed by Carlos Acosta