What are you up to this weekend? This week, I went to see a sneak peek of 26-year-old choreographer Justin Peck's new ballet for The New York City Ballet, for which Sufjan Stevens wrote the music. It was amazing! Peck's super fast and even funny choreography made ballet feel incredibly contemporary and relevant—he's bringing the art form into the twenty first century. I'm really excited to see the full performance this May. Have a wonderful weekend, and here are a few fun posts from around the web...
Humans of New York is writing a second book!
Would you live in this 84-square-foot house?
The Brooklyn Botanic Gardens has a cherry blossom tracker—they're starting to bloom!
Kindness: this broke my heart.
An incredibly realistic drawing by a 16-year-old.
How flipping cute are these bonnets? And everything here makes me want another baby:)
How to make everything ok.
"I was racially profiled in my own driveway."
Just ordered the perfect blush for spring.
Jenna Lyons is a marketing genius.
Is this the world's happiest photo?
Anton's bottle spilled all over my laptop the other day. I wish I'd had this!
Hemingway on how to become a good writer.
Have a good one. xoxo
(Photo of Justin Peck from the new documentary Ballet 422)