April Round-up | My Favorite Internet Reads This Month
It's Friday, friends! Ready for some fun reads from around the interwebs this past month? Here's all the posts that caught my eye and made me hit "bookmark!" - I hope you have some down time over the weekend where you can settle in with some coffee or a glass of wine and take a browse through. Lots of good stuff!
I love these photos of America's last remaining drive-in theaters. I remember there was one near us growing up.
9 family-friendly hikes on Long Island. Can't wait for summer!
I love when Xanthe Berkeley does her week of mini Day in the Life films - someday I want to attempt this, too!
For Harper's Bazaar's 150th anniversary, they projected 150 iconic images onto the Empire State Building. How cool is that??
Lincoln Center is launching an arts festival for children with autism.
Rumor has it that Tamron is releasing a new version of their 24-70 lens later this year.
15 hidden gardens in NYC. So cool!
This is a really great post by photographer Jessica Uhler on finding your creative voice. I agree with so much here.
I am dying to see "Dear Evan Hansen". This is a great read about the musical's lead actor, Ben Platt.
"Our mothers as we never saw them". I love this piece about images of women before they became mothers.
What? A store full of unicorns in Brooklyn?
These teenage documentary photographers are really inspiring.
Happy Mother's Day to all the mamas out there!
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