Poems in books: Love is a spark of light, a dazzling blaze
life will defend itself
Arguably the single most recognizable mask of all time, the story goes Bruins trainer John “Frosty” Forristall drew a huge black stitch mark, at Gerry Cheevers’ request, where the puck had struck his mask during a practice, leaving his teammates in stitches. However, Cheevers had tried the stitches gag at least once before in the late ’60s. Regardless, it was a hit with his teammates, fans and the media, and Cheevers continued to add stitches to his mask every time a puck struck it. (Tony Triolo/SI)
GALLERY: Top 10 NHL Goalie Masks (1967-82)
Why do you think Beauty picked the Beast? It was the library.”
— Chelsea M. Cameron (via carolblackman)
This is a bus stop shelter I found whilst riding Route 1 through Cambridge. Look at the advertisement plastered on it. There are covers of many classic novels (all now in the public domain) with QR codes under them. Scan the code with your phone, download and read the book while you wait for the bus.
Best bus stop ever.