Tea With Chris: A Girl and Her Room

Tea With Chris is a roundup of recommended links, posted every Thursday. Here are a few of our favourite things from the Internet this week:

Margaux: Once in awhile you gotta love the haters (regarding comment section on this Julian Schnabel gossip post) 

Site for sore eyes – somehow very refreshing to see this picture of rotting food on this NPR story about rotting food.

Good looking and smart too – subway maps at scale from around the world thanks to Darren O’Donnell.

A treat – The Daily Show on newscasters dealing with the issue of marijuana. If you’re procrastinating-in-a-hurry, it gets pretty good after 5 minutes. Don’t miss the malomares!


Procrastinating? Very helpful piece on the daily routines of writers.

Some poets making poets look good, thanks to Sheila Heti.

This is really nice – “A Girl and Her Room,” portraits by Rania Matar of teenage girls in their bedrooms, thanks to Beth Janson.

Chris: Aside from the whole jobs/cash/hope thing that metastasized on Twitter a couple of days ago, which really defies coherent explanation, this was the funniest thing I saw online in the past week.

A metrical analysis of Ke$ha via Stephen Sondheim.

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