onlyaclickaaway:

it’s Stromae in Philadephia

it’s sunny in Brussels

hougcha427:

It is too sweet. 

hougcha427:

It is too sweet. 

accras:

Adorable goofs: Nicole & TomBehind the scenes of #SleepyHollow Ep 202, “The Kindred.
Eating a balanced diet is part of your training!

beaux-mont:

AOHARAIDO LIVE ACTION TRAILER (Translations)

Spring Youth is a flicker of brightness…

Spring Youth is sweet and bright…

Spring Youth is fragile, painful and fleeting…

Spring Youth is always mistaken.

Aoharaido.

fehyesvintagemanga:

Yuzuki Hikaru — Boku no Shotaiken

fehyesvintagemanga:

Yuzuki Hikaru — Boku no Shotaiken

illshootureyeout:

6 selfies of me being cute?

I was tagged by eraserable

Still new to tumblr so I don’t really have anyone to tagged

LOOK HOW CUTE MY BEST FRIEND IS!!!

medievalpoc:

madamefaust submitted to medievalpoc:

I know it’s not 1800s week, but this gentleman is currently on display at the Newport Antiques Show in Newport, RI and I didn’t want to forget about him or his fabulous eyebrows by the time 1800s week happened.
John BlanchardThomas Howland
United States, 1850-1857 [x]
Thomas Howland was a resident of Providence, Rhode Island who worked as a stevedore and became the first black elected official in the city when he was elected warden of Providence’s Third Ward. He was denied a passport on the basis that he was a person of “African extraction” and thus “not deemed [a citizen] of the United States” - again, this man was an elected official, in addition to being a citizen with voting rights. In 1857, he and his wife and daughter left Providence for Liberia where his wife became a teacher and Howland worked as a sugar manufacturer. 

That is really cool! I’m going to post this (even though it’s actually an American painting), since this painting’s going to be on display this weekend at the Newport Antiques Show, in case anyone wants to go see it in person!

medievalpoc:

madamefaust submitted to medievalpoc:

I know it’s not 1800s week, but this gentleman is currently on display at the Newport Antiques Show in Newport, RI and I didn’t want to forget about him or his fabulous eyebrows by the time 1800s week happened.

John Blanchard

Thomas Howland

United States, 1850-1857 [x]

Thomas Howland was a resident of Providence, Rhode Island who worked as a stevedore and became the first black elected official in the city when he was elected warden of Providence’s Third Ward. He was denied a passport on the basis that he was a person of “African extraction” and thus “not deemed [a citizen] of the United States” - again, this man was an elected official, in addition to being a citizen with voting rights. In 1857, he and his wife and daughter left Providence for Liberia where his wife became a teacher and Howland worked as a sugar manufacturer. 

That is really cool! I’m going to post this (even though it’s actually an American painting), since this painting’s going to be on display this weekend at the Newport Antiques Show, in case anyone wants to go see it in person!