From The New York Times: ESSAY: The Hipster in the Mirror Why do people get so agitated when discussing hipsterism? Pierre Bourdieu’s “Distinction” provides some clues. http://nyti.ms/b2zmUk Get The New York Times on your iPhone for free by visiting http://itunes.com/apps/nytimes
Wisteria Outlet opens Wednesday near Love Field By NANCY MYERS / Special Contributor to The Dallas Morning News Nancy Myers is a Dallas freelance writer. The popular Wisteria Outlet is moving to a roomier home at the corner of Mockingbird Lane and Cedar Springs Road, just south of Love Field. And more space - 20,000 square feet, more than double the size of the longtime Carrollton location on Luna Road - means more fabulous finds. The old spot has already closed and the new one opens for business on Wednesday. “We’re excited about moving to a bigger location and being closer to our Dallas visitors,” said Trisha Irwin, marketing coordinator for the catalog company, noting that airport proximity provides a shopping hub for out-of-towners as well. “We have such a strong customer base - people who have shopped on our website, shopped the catalog, and know we’re here. So it’s a great opportunity to expand.” The new, broadened inventory will incorporate a greater selection of sample pieces, as well as antiques and vintage items. “Our employees travel the world for inspiration,” Irwin said. “So they may have been shopping in India and come across a stone lamp and say, ‘This is neat; maybe we’ll want to develop this.’ So they’ll pick it up. That happens with thousands of pieces that don’t fit in with our product line, but still inspire us, and they end up in the outlet. Right now we don’t have room to display them all, but in our new store we’ll have all that out. This is something we have been dreaming of for a long time.” Nancy Myers is a Dallas freelance writer. The Wisteria Outlet features items from the company that produces the popular catalog. The outlet reopens Wednesday at 6500 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas; 972-919-3622. Check www.wisteriaoutlet.com for up-to-date info on the move and promotions. The outlet accepts checks and credit cards only.
I'm pretty sure I didn't get this when I did my paper on ESVM in 7th grade.
Witch-Wife Edna St. Vincent Millay She is neither pink nor pale, And she never will be all mine; She learned her hands in afairy-tale, And her mouth on a valentine. She has more hair than she needs; In the sun ‘tis a woe to me! And her voice is a string of coloured beads, Or steps leading into the sea. She loves me all that she can, And her ways to my waysresign; But she was not made for any man, And she never will be all mine.