Mod discotheque in London
Dancers at the opening night of Sybilla’s discotheque in Swallow Street, London, 22nd June 1966. Among the dancers are singer and manager John Gaydon, socialites Jane and Victoria Ormsby-Gore, daughters of Lord Harlech, Ingrid bett and Sybilla Edmonstone, after whom the club is named. The club is part-owned by George Harrison of The Beatles. Photo by John Downing (Daily Express)

anonymous asked:

The whole gang and what they do when they crash a random person's wedding 😂

— Steve is going for the cake

— Soda is making sure there’s no hot girls bc if there is 👀👀

— Dally is shaking the presents bc he’s tryna resell that shit you already snow 🎉🎊

— Johnny is also going for the cake (chubb johnny)

— Pony is following Two-Bit bc he knows where it’s @

— Two-Bit is making a speech!!

— Curly has taken over the dance floor!! He is air grinding on little children!! Dear lord save us all!!

— “I knew this marriage was gonna be a good couple because the day I met the gride! We were in the public bathroom of the grocery store on 22nd street when I exploded a coke bottle everywhere and she had —” (he’s drunk)

— his speech gets scandalous real quick oh no

— they’re all escorted out

— Tim is waiting in the car with Darry 😉😉

Let us fast forward to modern day where we shall take a look at sculptor and illustrator, Do Ho Suh (1962-present). Suh, who has been educated at Seoul National University, Rhode Island School of Design and Yale University is known for his large installation pieces which challenge the viewers understanding of space. Here is his piece Apartment A, Unit 2, Corridor and Staircase, 348 West 22nd Street, New York, NY 10011, USA (ca. 2011-2014). Exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art, in Cleveland, Ohio.


some evening by Eric Konon
Via Flickr:
I don’t take the camera out of my bag much anymore. This is the Empire State Building as seen from 22nd street.


Feb. 17, 1938: Tear gas drifts from a home in the 1700 block of East 22nd Street as Los Angeles police trade gunfire with barricaded suspect George Farley. The bodies of a deputy city marshal and his helper — shot and killed by Farley as they tried to serve an eviction notice on him — lie in front of the barricaded home. Killed were Deputy Marshal T. Dwight Crittenden and Leon W. Romer, both 60.

Farley, 55, was wounded five times and captured after police stormed the house. He was later convicted of two counts of manslaughter and ordered to serve 10 to 20 years in San Quentin State Prison.


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1988 house for sale - 830 SW 22nd Street, Boca Raton, Fla.

Looks exactly like several of the houses used for on-location sets on Miami Vice.