Get well soon, Craig Sager! XOXO
Jack Nicklaus, 1967
[jacket by Hart Schaffner & Marx]
This is probably the coolest anyone is ever going to look in a Masters blazer.
Ahhh, this was my reminder that the Masters is this weekend.
A couple more from the concord library. This town’s got a lot of cash.
Narwhals are Magic.
Now with proof! Secrets of the narwhal’s tusk have recently been revealed in research headed by Martin Nweeia, a practicing dentist and clinical instructor at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, who just happens to also be a member of the Vertebrate Zoology Department of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. With a team of researchers/coauthors, including Jim Mead, Vertebrate Zoology Curator Emeritus and Charlie Potter, Marine Mammals Collection Manager, Nweeia just published a paper in the journal The Anatomical Record about the discovery of neural pathways that run from the narwhal’s tusk to its brain. The arctic whale’s unicorn-like tusk acts as a sensor, specifically detecting variations in water salinity. Read more on the Smithsonian Science blog, or see the original article at Anatomical Record (You might want to head to your local library to see if they have access since it’s behind a paywall).
There are some pretty great images of narwhal’s over on the Biodiversity Heritage Library’s Flickr page, too.
This is EXACTLY what the narwhal wants you to think before he slays you with his magnificent uni-tusk.
Paul Newman in a prop photo used in his 1967 blockbuster, Cool Hand Luke.
Eat your heart out, fellas.
CG in houndstooth »
I haven’t forgot about you b+w houndstooth sport coat. (upon closer inspection, it looks brown and blue with white).
Perfect Shivering Breaks For Everyone.
Sammy, Dino, Frank, and Joey.
Robert Capa: American actor Gary Cooper. Sun Valley, Idaho. 1941.