Greatest sweatshirt I’ve ever seen.
Themapolooza is a fully equipped, simple, three-column Tumblr theme that utilizes the jQuery Masonry script by the amazing David Desandro. The navigation up at the top, along with the pagination arrows, stay with you as you scroll down the page.
- Ability to change the colors of the links, and note heart.
- Ability to change the body and header font.
- Ability to choose whether or not you want three columns or four.
- If you have the ask page enabled, a link will automatically show. The same goes with submissions and pages.
- Ability to toggle your icon’s visibility.
- Streampad integration for audio posts along with the ability to change the Streampad background color.
- Ability to toggle the visibility of the feed, random, mobile, archive, and search links.
- Ability to define up to four custom links that will appear below your description.
If you like this theme and you feel that it will suit your blog, click on the picture to install the theme.
Per the Polonia Facebook page:I am sorry to announce that on this Christmas Eve Polonia will be closing its doors permanently. We would like to thank all of our amazing customers who have supported us this quarter of a century. As all good things, Polonia’s time has come to an end. It is time for new ventures. Keep your ears open for NYC Pierogi Factory. And again… Thank You!
Jozef and Renata Jurczyk opened Polonia in 1989. Per the Polonia website:
Jozef and Renata were both born in Poland and traveled to New York City in the early 1980’s in hopes of following The American Dream. Arriving in the US with very little money, they both worked dead end jobs until saving enough money to open their own business, a restaurant which would allow them to share their culture and memories with other New Yorkers living in this dominantly Ukrainian and Eastern European neighborhood — The East Village.
The next time I have an hour and half to wander around my neighborhood I’m definitely going to take this in-depth audio tour. It’s narrated by one of my favorite filmmakers, Jim Jarmusch, and details the neighborhoods relationship with the poets that lived here as well as general history.
Check it out.
I’ve just pushed out version 2.3.0.
There are a number of interesting features with this release.
- A small update to allow html5 tags to be used alongside Markdown. Thanks to sparanoid for committing this fix.
- Major cleanups to stacey’s JSON support. These include, automatic stripping of any…