The Common Good

Links of Awesomeness: July 18, 2012

This morning, singer and activist Pete Seeger joined New York Public Radio to discuss his life, his new book, and Woody Guthrie’s 100th birthday. [WNYC]

See an exhaustive list of Gotham’s many villains in one sweet-looking poster. [Pop Chart]

The photo series Fictitious Dishes showcases meals found in five classic novels: The Catcher in the Rye, Moby Dick, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, and more. [Dinah Friend]

This week, a documentary on bird watchers in Central Park premiered on HBO. The film, which earned praise at this years’ SXSW Festival, features Shakespearian actress Starr Saphir and writer Jonathan Franzen. [Huffington Post]    

Nick Offerman (from Parks and Recreation) is back with another edition of “reading tweets from young female celebrities.” This time the list includes Rebecca Black, Taylor Swift and something on Chloe boots. [Team Coco]


Joshua Witchger is an online assistant at Sojourners.

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