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A little #fall #love in #brooklyn  (at 86th Street, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.)

A little #fall #love in #brooklyn (at 86th Street, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.)

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Millenials have steered the country to a place where diplomats tweet, gay marriage is turning mainstream, and running a blog can be more financially secure than a company gig. If we’ve done all that before 35, get ready.
NPR’s Selena Simmons-Duffin reporting for her latest story, “Why You Should Start Taking Millenials Seriously. It’s the first installment of our new series on millenials, #NewBoom. Join the conversation. (via npr)
Finally some quiet, a little #mumfordandsons and some serious #eeeeeats

Finally some quiet, a little #mumfordandsons and some serious #eeeeeats

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In Central Park on Saturday, a host of the world’s biggest stars and music acts came together to shine a light on efforts to combat poverty around the world.
This year’s headliners at the third annual Global Citizen Festival included JAY Z, Fun., Carrie Underwood, Tiesto, No Doubt and the Roots, as well as a few special guests. Twenty-five celebrity hosts, including Hugh Jackman, Jessica Alba, Olivia Wilde and Zachary Quinto also showed their support for efforts to eliminate extreme poverty worldwide by 2030.
(Photo by Alex Welsh for MSNBC)

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In Central Park on Saturday, a host of the world’s biggest stars and music acts came together to shine a light on efforts to combat poverty around the world.

This year’s headliners at the third annual Global Citizen Festival included JAY Z, Fun., Carrie Underwood, Tiesto, No Doubt and the Roots, as well as a few special guests. Twenty-five celebrity hosts, including Hugh Jackman, Jessica Alba, Olivia Wilde and Zachary Quinto also showed their support for efforts to eliminate extreme poverty worldwide by 2030.

(Photo by Alex Welsh for MSNBC)