One Home, Multiple Generations, Your Photos
AnnaBelle Bowers, 87, talks to her granddaughter Carley, 17 (right), and her friends after they returned from lacrosse practice. “I’m not rich money-wise, but with my family I’m a millionaire,” Bowers says. (Kainaz Amaria/NPR) NPR’s Morning Edition is doing a series titled “Family Matters,” exploring the lives of three multigenerational households...
Photos of wacky tour bus art →
Fun series of the wacky art you find on tour buses
theatlanticvideo: What Are the 26 Ingredients in a Typical School Lunch Burger? NPR’s web series Tiny Desk Kitchen investigates what chemicals like disodium inosinate are doing in kids’ food. While some ingredients add vitamins, protein, and minerals, others are raising red flags with parents. Via Devour.
Your Adorably Awkward Prom Photos
Ok people: We asked, you delivered. Check out the gallery we curated from some of your memorable prom moments. (Though some of you cheated and sent us really cute photos.) The impetus for this call-out is Mary Ellen Mark’s book of prom portraits. Be sure to check it out! 1973: “Ruffled shirts, crushed velvet and polyester.” (Courtesy of Donna Wiegert)
An awesome Field Recording of Filastine at the Cathedral of Junk in Austin, Texas. Sweet work, Mito!
Instagram on Android: Favorite Follows
Now that Instagram is available for Android users, who are your favorite people to follow?
How Awkward Was Your Prom?
Senior prom, Greenbelt, Md., 1942 (Marjory Collins/Library of Congress) Prom season is just around the corner — and we want to see your photos. The poofier the dress, more discomfort you feel with your date, the more you’ve tried to forget it, the better. Submit your photo memories here!