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healthier-habits:

Better-Than-Takeout Chicken Fried Rice-I would not use peas but would add squash, mushrooms, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, and bean sprouts. More veggies! This would make a good lunch!
Click here for full directions!

healthier-habits:

Better-Than-Takeout Chicken Fried Rice-I would not use peas but would add squash, mushrooms, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, and bean sprouts. More veggies! This would make a good lunch!

Click here for full directions!

(via aminozaustralia)

littlebigdetails:

Dabblet - Shows a representation of the CSS animation timing
/via Ayhan Kuru

littlebigdetails:

Dabblet - Shows a representation of the CSS animation timing

/via Ayhan Kuru

thedogist:

Yoshi & Waldo, Keeshonds, Central Park, New York, NY

thedogist:

Yoshi & Waldo, Keeshonds, Central Park, New York, NY

(via psql)

Beyoncé: Her amazing cooking skills.

(Source: wadamelen, via deadlinecom)

newmuseum:

TODAY, MARCH 21 AT 3 PM, FREE WITH MUSEUM ADMISSION!: Outside the Box Gallery Talks: Ana Janevski on “Paweł Althamer: The Neighbors”.
 Drawing on her experiences collaborating with Althamer in Warsaw, Janevski will discuss the artist’s sculptures, with particular focus on Guma (2008). Guma, created in collaboration with a group of local children and caregivers from the North Praga Pedagogy and Social Animation Group from Warsaw, is one of a number of Althamer’s sculptures that celebrates individuals on the margins on society and was originally installed outside a neighborhood bar. If you can’t make it, we will be live-tweeting the talk for the whole hour!
Outside the Box is a new series featuring gallery-based talks given by various guest speakers over the course of a season. In this program, lecturers with diverse backgrounds and affinities will address the New Museum’s current exhibition(s) in forty-five to sixty minute presentations taking place exclusively in the Museum’s galleries.
mycoolweirdlife:

Young Picasso… The importance of exposing children to art at an early age! #mycoolweirdlife #newmuseum #amazing #dope #youngartist #nyc

newmuseum:

TODAY, MARCH 21 AT 3 PM, FREE WITH MUSEUM ADMISSION!: Outside the Box Gallery Talks: Ana Janevski on “Paweł Althamer: The Neighbors”.

 Drawing on her experiences collaborating with Althamer in Warsaw, Janevski will discuss the artist’s sculptures, with particular focus on Guma (2008). Guma, created in collaboration with a group of local children and caregivers from the North Praga Pedagogy and Social Animation Group from Warsaw, is one of a number of Althamer’s sculptures that celebrates individuals on the margins on society and was originally installed outside a neighborhood bar. If you can’t make it, we will be live-tweeting the talk for the whole hour!

Outside the Box is a new series featuring gallery-based talks given by various guest speakers over the course of a season. In this program, lecturers with diverse backgrounds and affinities will address the New Museum’s current exhibition(s) in forty-five to sixty minute presentations taking place exclusively in the Museum’s galleries.

mycoolweirdlife:

Young Picasso… The importance of exposing children to art at an early age! #mycoolweirdlife #newmuseum #amazing #dope #youngartist #nyc

aminozaustralia:

Excuses are USELESS;Results are PRICELESS.

aminozaustralia:

Excuses are USELESS;

Results are PRICELESS.

amnhnyc:

Although paleontologists have been studying pterosaurs for more than 200 years, it was only 10 years ago that scientists in China discovered the first fossil of a pterosaur egg—definitive proof that, like their dinosaur cousins, as well as most other reptiles and birds, female pterosaurs laid eggs. Inside the egg’s protective shell, the young pterosaur’s skeleton developed, gradually becoming more solid and more complete.
Read the full story.

amnhnyc:

Although paleontologists have been studying pterosaurs for more than 200 years, it was only 10 years ago that scientists in China discovered the first fossil of a pterosaur egg—definitive proof that, like their dinosaur cousins, as well as most other reptiles and birds, female pterosaurs laid eggs. Inside the egg’s protective shell, the young pterosaur’s skeleton developed, gradually becoming more solid and more complete.

Read the full story.