Meet Christopher James, owner of Porridge Papers, an independently owned, local paper mill and letterpress studio in Lincoln, Nebraska. Christopher moved to Lincoln when he was 20 years old for school and started working at an art store. One day, feeling spontaneous, he brought home a papermaking kit and a small blender and began what would become his life’s passion: making handmade paper. Find out how Christopher went from blending paper in his kitchen to running one of the most unique small businesses in the Lincoln area in this installment of Locally Crafted Goods.
- Me on my wedding day: you still like me right
Chris Pratt interrupts the interview to french braid intern’s hair x
oh my god Emma
*crying massive buckets of mommy feels*
I needed this today. :)
Space Tacos - tortillas are used to replace bread on Station, and can last a year, thanks to the scientists at Taco Bell: http://www.cnet.com/news/houston-we-have-a-tortilla-problem/
Here’s what it’s like to make a sandwich in weightlessness, using one of those floating, ageless, tasty tortillas.
Day 1 of PBS’ portion of the TV Critics Press Tour included sessions on upcoming programs like:
Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts: An Intimate History (airing September 14th, 2014)
MAKERS Women in Hollywood and Women in Politics (premieres September 30th, 2014)
independentlenspbs's Evolution of a Criminal, executive produced by Spike Lee. (premieres January 12th, 2015)
Live from the Lincoln Center’s The Nance starring Nathan Lane. (premieres October 10th, 2014)
America by the Numbers with Maria Hinojosa (premieres October 4th, 2014)
Quality programming. My love for PBS is abounding.