What We Read This Week

I’m a little worried about what my immense enjoyment of these images says about me. FullyM: Candy From a Baby

Hats off to Kempt for putting together one of the week’s more creative Father’s Day themed posts. Get Kempt: The Seniors Behind the Juniors

“Are those your drums? Beautiful.” CBC Music: Check out this montage of David Letterman talking to drummers

And lastly, an irreverent guide to Japanese men’s magazines courtesy of the New York Times. T Magazine: An Irreverent Guide to Japanese Men’s Magazines

Interesting discussion starter: should paid internships be illegal? A federal judge may have just answered the question for everybody. The Big Story: Unpaid Internships in Jeopardy After Court Ruling

For your own safety, be aware of camel toads this summer. PBS: Scouting for ‘camel toads’ at pool

Riccardo Tisci said he’s no longer going to show Givenchy’s couture collection, which has prompted Fashion Law to ask the question: has the Kanye effect turned the once prolific luxury design house into a glorified streetwear brand? The Fashion Law: RIP Givenchy Couture, House Won’t Show Yet Again

When good coffee meets its maker: coffee rust. Wired: Disease Outbreak Threatens the Future of Good Coffee

This headline says it all – presented without comment. Co.Exist: What It Feels Like To Be Hit With Turkish Tear Gas

The New York Times pays a visit to the enviable Brooklyn home of Mike D from the Beastie Boys. New York Times: Licensed to Grill: Mike D’s Brooklyn Town House

Never have I felt less talented – Bob Dylan at 20 years old. Open Culture: Hear A Young Bob Dylan Sing 11 Songs and Tell Tall Tales on a 1962 Radio Show

One of my favorite blogs, Identical Eye, compiled some great images of a young Debbie Harry. Identical Eye: Debbie

Gear Patrol puts together a great list of necessities for the beginner fly fisherman. Gear Patrol: A Beginner Fly Fisherman’s Primer

Scrolling through photos on National Geographic Found is my new favorite thing. National Geographic Found

Really into photographer Joni Sternbach’s work. She uses large format film and early photographic processes. Especially into her SurfLand collection, which captures surfers in tintype. Joni Sternbach