Tales From The Mental Traveler

Creative Services at WIFRTV-23. Walking jukebox/useless music trivia, doing bad impressions.

Ten years go by, and suddenly I’m the elder person in the room! That sucks, but people love Rilo Kiley because we were around when they were coming into their own. I do find connections with the women that come to my shows. Those little moments when they’re really getting it are intimate, and kind of scary —but they also help me to keep going.

Jenny Lewis, photographed by Jeff Forney.

FRIDAY.

(Source: jennylewisdaily)

sh00tyoudown:

Adidas Interview - Ian Brown and Noel Gallagher

All Around the World.  #oasis #vinyl

All Around the World. #oasis #vinyl

Whatever.  #oasis #vinyl

Whatever. #oasis #vinyl

calumet412:

Looking south on LaSalle to Jackson, 1892, Chicago.

calumet412:

Looking south on LaSalle to Jackson, 1892, Chicago.

#Kasabian 48:13 10” #vinyl import.  I assume it’s limited edition press.

#Kasabian 48:13 10” #vinyl import. I assume it’s limited edition press.

#oasis 2000-2006 discography complete on #vinyl

uselessdreamss:

Hey friends! I got these for free at a local record store! I’m not that into Oasis so I thought I would give them away! 

  • You don’t have to be following me but it would be nice if you were 
  • Only reblogs will count not likes
  • I’ll use a random number generator to pick the winner
  • Ends June 18th (unless I notice it stops getting notes as frequently then I’ll end it early)
  • I’ll ship anywhere
  • First place winner will get their choice of one poster, second place will get the pick of the remaining two, and the third place winner will get the last poster not chosen by first and second place winners. 
calumet412:

North on Sheffield to Belmont, 1922, Chicago.
Of course, The Vic still stands. The Merry Garden, across the street, was the birthplace of the “dance marathon” craze of the 20s and 30s.
LoC.gov

calumet412:

North on Sheffield to Belmont, 1922, Chicago.

Of course, The Vic still stands. The Merry Garden, across the street, was the birthplace of the “dance marathon” craze of the 20s and 30s.

LoC.gov

The Cubs’ 2014 first round pick, Kyle Schwarber, shows off his power and launches an opposite field, two run homer.

Schwarber batted .358/.464/.659 with 14 HR, 48 RBIs and had 44 base-on-balls while striking out only 30 times in 2014 for the Hoosiers.

Welcome to the Cubs, Kyle!

(Source: cubbiegifs)