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dennys:

reginageorgewillvictimizeyou:

dennys reblog my grandmas selfie she’s 90

Much respect. 

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breadonly:

This is so meta

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glamour:

So many trends in one look, and yet somehow Joan Smalls makes it all work. (via Styling Flirty Skirts for Right Now Into Fall: Dressed: glamour.com)

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Time for your summer trip - but what to pack? Don’t worry - Clinton Kelly has a rundown at mblog.macys.com!

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Suburbs once embodied America’s economic boom following WWII, but they now house the fastest growing portion of the nation’s poor.

By CRISTINA COSTANTINI

For many in the 1950’s, the American Dream meant moving to the suburbs and escaping urban bustle.

However, moving to the suburbs today might not mean the same thing, according to a new study released on Monday by the Brookings Institution. It indicates poverty in the suburbs jumped 67 percent between 2000 and 2011. In fact, by 2008, suburbs were home to the largest and fastest-growing poor population in the country.

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wnyc:

Good morning! Come back to bed.  —A.P.

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