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Last night Breaking Bad won its second consecutive prize for outstanding drama series.  Its star, Bryan Cranston, won his fifth Emmy. Fresh Air spoke to Cranston while he was on Broadway playing President Johnson in All the Way. In the interview, he tells Terry about his short-lived stand-up career: 

"I did it for about nine months in 1981, I believe it was. I did it solely for the purpose of overcoming fear, because I looked at that and I said to myself, "Oh, my God, that’s got to be the scariest thing to do." There’s a microphone and a light on you, and that’s it. It’s all you, and so I wanted to do that. I got into the idea of going from club to club. I was never paid for it, nor should I have been, because I never rose above the level of mediocrity. But it was a great, great experience, very humbling. My respect and admiration for those who do it for a living, like Jerry [Seinfeld], was just enormous."

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Blending early ‘90s driving rock, Syd Barrett-style vocals, and a 1960s surf influence, The Wytches have a sound that is far more sophisticated than their image.
»Watch them perform on Off The Record | follow wburartery Blending early ‘90s driving rock, Syd Barrett-style vocals, and a 1960s surf influence, The Wytches have a sound that is far more sophisticated than their image.
»Watch them perform on Off The Record | follow wburartery Blending early ‘90s driving rock, Syd Barrett-style vocals, and a 1960s surf influence, The Wytches have a sound that is far more sophisticated than their image.
»Watch them perform on Off The Record | follow wburartery Blending early ‘90s driving rock, Syd Barrett-style vocals, and a 1960s surf influence, The Wytches have a sound that is far more sophisticated than their image.
»Watch them perform on Off The Record | follow wburartery

Blending early ‘90s driving rock, Syd Barrett-style vocals, and a 1960s surf influence, The Wytches have a sound that is far more sophisticated than their image.

»Watch them perform on Off The Record | follow wburartery

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It’s not easy playing a dog onstage, but the dedication actor Thayne Jasperson puts into his portrayal of one in the americanrepertorytheater's production of “Finding Neverland” can’t be overlooked.

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At This (Fake) Doughnut Shop, You Can Walk Into A Cartoon World

And now for a trip into the surreal.
As you walk into Boston’s Lot F Gallery, you’ll be greeted by a wooden lizard-person frozen at the cash register of “Janky Donuts”— a fake donut shop where everything is made entirely of wood. Cutesy enough. But move into the next room and you’ll see something a bit more sinister: another lizard-person stuffing handguns and rifles into the bottoms of those delicious-looking donut boxes, his gaze locked on the door from which you entered, as if he’s just been caught.
It’s part of an art exhibit by The !nd!v!duals, an art collective whose work has appeared from the art galleries of Maine to the Bonnaroo music and arts festival in Tennessee.
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At This (Fake) Doughnut Shop, You Can Walk Into A Cartoon World

And now for a trip into the surreal.
As you walk into Boston’s Lot F Gallery, you’ll be greeted by a wooden lizard-person frozen at the cash register of “Janky Donuts”— a fake donut shop where everything is made entirely of wood. Cutesy enough. But move into the next room and you’ll see something a bit more sinister: another lizard-person stuffing handguns and rifles into the bottoms of those delicious-looking donut boxes, his gaze locked on the door from which you entered, as if he’s just been caught.
It’s part of an art exhibit by The !nd!v!duals, an art collective whose work has appeared from the art galleries of Maine to the Bonnaroo music and arts festival in Tennessee.
»Read More | Follow wburartery
At This (Fake) Doughnut Shop, You Can Walk Into A Cartoon World

And now for a trip into the surreal.
As you walk into Boston’s Lot F Gallery, you’ll be greeted by a wooden lizard-person frozen at the cash register of “Janky Donuts”— a fake donut shop where everything is made entirely of wood. Cutesy enough. But move into the next room and you’ll see something a bit more sinister: another lizard-person stuffing handguns and rifles into the bottoms of those delicious-looking donut boxes, his gaze locked on the door from which you entered, as if he’s just been caught.
It’s part of an art exhibit by The !nd!v!duals, an art collective whose work has appeared from the art galleries of Maine to the Bonnaroo music and arts festival in Tennessee.
»Read More | Follow wburartery
At This (Fake) Doughnut Shop, You Can Walk Into A Cartoon World

And now for a trip into the surreal.
As you walk into Boston’s Lot F Gallery, you’ll be greeted by a wooden lizard-person frozen at the cash register of “Janky Donuts”— a fake donut shop where everything is made entirely of wood. Cutesy enough. But move into the next room and you’ll see something a bit more sinister: another lizard-person stuffing handguns and rifles into the bottoms of those delicious-looking donut boxes, his gaze locked on the door from which you entered, as if he’s just been caught.
It’s part of an art exhibit by The !nd!v!duals, an art collective whose work has appeared from the art galleries of Maine to the Bonnaroo music and arts festival in Tennessee.
»Read More | Follow wburartery

At This (Fake) Doughnut Shop, You Can Walk Into A Cartoon World

And now for a trip into the surreal.

As you walk into Boston’s Lot F Gallery, you’ll be greeted by a wooden lizard-person frozen at the cash register of “Janky Donuts”— a fake donut shop where everything is made entirely of wood. Cutesy enough. But move into the next room and you’ll see something a bit more sinister: another lizard-person stuffing handguns and rifles into the bottoms of those delicious-looking donut boxes, his gaze locked on the door from which you entered, as if he’s just been caught.

It’s part of an art exhibit by The !nd!v!duals, an art collective whose work has appeared from the art galleries of Maine to the Bonnaroo music and arts festival in Tennessee.

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It’s the end of August, and time to enjoy those summer vacation days are running out. That makes me sad. 
What also makes me sad is that the Boston jazz club scene ain’t what it used to be. But thanks to Wally’s Cafe and a few others, jazz is still alive and roaring here. 
»More on this awesome little jazz club It’s the end of August, and time to enjoy those summer vacation days are running out. That makes me sad. 
What also makes me sad is that the Boston jazz club scene ain’t what it used to be. But thanks to Wally’s Cafe and a few others, jazz is still alive and roaring here. 
»More on this awesome little jazz club It’s the end of August, and time to enjoy those summer vacation days are running out. That makes me sad. 
What also makes me sad is that the Boston jazz club scene ain’t what it used to be. But thanks to Wally’s Cafe and a few others, jazz is still alive and roaring here. 
»More on this awesome little jazz club

It’s the end of August, and time to enjoy those summer vacation days are running out. That makes me sad. 

What also makes me sad is that the Boston jazz club scene ain’t what it used to be. But thanks to Wally’s Cafe and a few others, jazz is still alive and roaring here. 

»More on this awesome little jazz club

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How a Palestinian turned airstrikes into art
A young artist chooses to see hope amid the ongoing crisis between Gaza and Israel
theweekmagazine:

How a Palestinian turned airstrikes into art
A young artist chooses to see hope amid the ongoing crisis between Gaza and Israel
theweekmagazine:

How a Palestinian turned airstrikes into art
A young artist chooses to see hope amid the ongoing crisis between Gaza and Israel

theweekmagazine:

How a Palestinian turned airstrikes into art

A young artist chooses to see hope amid the ongoing crisis between Gaza and Israel

(via salon)