In addition to vodka.
SONG: "Babel" by Mumford & Sons
The week brought rain to San Francisco and with it an urge for new music. Babel, the second studio album from indie folk quartet Mumford & Sons, is rainy-day-wonderful and I've had its title track ("Babel") on repeat since Tuesday.
TWEET: Haircut by Keply Pentland
Ugh, I'm really gonna do this.
ARTICLE: "The Rhythm in Everything"
A sprawling profile in the November 12th issue of The New Yorker, "The Rhythm in Everything" delves into the captivating journey of Questlove, the drummer and joint frontman of The Roots, who survived a rough-and-tumble neighborhood in West Philly to become a Grammy-winning artist on top of the music world.
IMAGE: "Sky Lanterns" by Krit Suranukkharin
There's no denying that I've had a thing for floating lanterns ever since the movie "Tangled" hit theaters. In fact, I imagine that my big gay wedding will look pretty similar to the Instagram shot below.
Featured on vanityfair.com, FILMography compares stills from movies filmed in New York City to their real-life, modern day counterparts. I'm especially fond of the shots from "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York."