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HUFFLEPUFF BEATER
{ HOGWARTS QUIDDITCH }
theater fanatic. music lover. literature enthusiast. lack the talent to create any of it. but i sure have to skills to obsess.
Sep 15 '14

(Source: skyepoots)

Sep 15 '14

no-business-like-broadway:

Bonnie & Clyde The Musical Jeremy Jordan & Laura Osnes

Sep 15 '14

Once.

(Source: rory-williams)

Sep 15 '14

Broadway Theaters

Studio 53, Broadway, August Wilson, Neil Simon, Gershwin, Circle in the Square, Winter Garden, Ambassador, Eugene O’Neill, Walter Kerr, Longacre, Cort, Samuel J. Friedman, Barrymore, Brooks Atkinson, Palace, Lunt-Fontanne, Richard Rodgers, Marquis, Imperial, Music Box, Lyceum, Al Hirschfeld, John Golden, Bernard B. Jacobs, Schoenfeld, Booth, Minskoff, Majestic, Broadhurst, Shubert, Belasco, St. James, Helen Hayes, American Airlines, Lyric, New Amsterdam, Nederlander, Stephen Sondheim

(Source: if-life-were-more-like-theater)

Sep 14 '14
Sep 14 '14

Oh my God, you guys aren’t just fooling around. You care about her!

(Source: jburkheart)

Sep 13 '14

curiosity-discoverer-of-worlds:

michaelblume:

curiosity-discoverer-of-worlds:

I think that even harry doesnt know what a cappucino is

I mean, the reason is pretty depressing. Hermione’s had a muggle upbringing, Ron’s had a wizard upbringing, Harry’s had neither.

What a great way to start my morning

With a cappuccino and a broken heart

(Source: nevillles)

Sep 13 '14
Sep 13 '14

raybolger:

History meme: 4/10 Moments

  • The Newsboys Strike of 1899

In July 1899, a large number of New York City newsboys refused to distribute the papers of Joseph Pulitzer, publisher of the World, and William Randolph Hearst, publisher of the Journal. The strikers demonstrated across the Brooklyn Bridge for several days, effectively bringing traffic to a standstill, along with the news distribution for most New England cities. Several rallies drew more than 5,000 newsboys, complete with charismatic speeches by strike leader Kid Blink.

So named because he was blind in one eye, Kid Blink (Louis Ballatt) was a popular subject among competing newspapers such as the New York Tribune, who often patronizingly quoted Blink with his heavy Brooklyn accent depicted as an eye dialect, attributing to him such sayings as “Me men is nobul.” Blink and his strikers were the subject of violence, as well. Hearst and Pulitzer hired men to break up rallies and protect the newspaper deliveries still underway. During one rally Blink told strikers, “Friens and feller workers. This is a time which tries de hearts of men. Dis is de time when we’se got to stick together like glue…. We know wot we wants and we’ll git it even if we is blind.” Although the World and the Journal did not lower their 60¢-a-bundle price, they did agree to buy back all unsold papers, and the union disbanded.

The Newsboys Strike of 1899 has been credited with inspiring later strikes, including the Butte, Montana Newsboys Strike of 1914, and a 1920s strike in Louisville, Kentucky.

(Source: audreyheckburn)

Sep 13 '14

osnesutton:

fRIENDLY PSA THAT SUTTON FOSTER IS GONNA BE ON SAY YES TO THE DRESS AND LOOK HOW STUNNING SHE LOOKS