1. Little Daylight, “Siren Call.” I’ve been listening to their new album all morning on Spotify. This might be my favorite track.

  2. My friend Christina (once an intern with Austin Film Society) has started a new webseries. Check it out!

    You Hungry? is an interview series featuring today’s Black food professionals. Meet Austin-based chef/author Angela Shelf Medearis (aka The Kitchen Diva).
  3. "I choose to be part of the conversation about, well, what is in our control? What can we do? Because, as we all know, if people base their lives on what people said can or cannot be possible, nobody would be where they are. They would’ve just stopped and just given up a long time ago."
  4. Reblogged from: 2brwngrls
  5. A new in-studio version of “Let It Go” in 25 languages (seen here first on Yahoo Movies), offers a peek into the arduous process of dubbing the film and its songs into 41 tongues, and shows many of the singers who stepped up to the plate to do their dead-on Adele Dazeem.

    A new in-studio version of “Let It Go” in 25 languages (seen here first on Yahoo Movies), offers a peek into the arduous process of dubbing the film and its songs into 41 tongues, and shows many of the singers who stepped up to the plate to do their dead-on Adele Dazeem.

  6. David Letterman - Comedian Hari Kondabolu (by Late Show with David Letterman)

    My crush on Hari Kondabolu continues unabated.

  7. The First Lady on the Fourth Anniversary of Let’s Move! (by The White House)

    Well, both Amy Poehler and Michelle Obama said they are best friends so IT MUST BE TRUE.

  8. "Sweet Child O’ Mine" - New Orleans Style Guns N’ Roses Cover ft. Miche Braden (by ScottBradleeLovesYa)

    Awesomesauce. (h/t Open Culture)

  9. paulftompkins:

    SPEAKEASY WITH PAUL F. TOMPKINS: YVONNE STRAHOVSKI

    The Chuck and Dexter actress talks about her journey from Australia to a career in Hollywood, which inevitably leads to a pitch session for a rap-Broadway hybrid musical.

    (If you like the show, please let people know about it!  If this is your first time watching Speakeasy with Paul F. Tompkins, there are many more episodes for your viewing pleasure to be found here on my YouTube channel.)

    Gwyn!!!

    Reblogged from: paulftompkins
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