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Bwoglines: Art Infiltrating Daily Life Edition

One of the Degas paintings Copeland emulates

One of the Degas paintings Copeland emulates

New York-based ballerina Misty Copeland (Principal with American Ballet Theatre), graces the March pages of Harper’s Bazaar with recreations of famous Degas dancer works of art. (Harper’s Bazaar)

A few blocks south, old phone booths were replaced with newer, soon-to-be WiFi-equipped phone booths that still look old. Seems fake but ok. (NY Times)

If you pay attention in astronomy class, or keep up-to-date with Facebook news, you may be aware that at a press conference tomorrow, scientists may announce the observation of gravitational waves–i.e. ripples in space-time. A Wrinkle in Time irl? (Reuter’s)

#ImNotKiddingMaddi became a meme after “Maddi” screenshotted an aggressive email she received from the Hillary Clinton campaign. We still love you though, Hill. (Epoch Times)

Hot ballerina via Edgar Degas [Public Doman], Wikimedia Commons

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