The Curator Newsfeed: February 20, 2015

"avocado" by Darya Pino is licensed under CC BY 2.0

"avocado" by Darya Pino is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Welcome to the first February 20th, 2015 you've ever experienced. This week, we've got some great articles to highlight - bringing you the best and the worst of this week's happenings on the internet, as well as some client coverage.

25 EDITORS TO FOLLOW ON SNAPCHAT DURING FASHION WEEK, Fashionista, "While by no means mainstream, more and more fashion editors are using Snapchat stories to document their busy days."

Second Cycle - How a longstanding laundromat found its true purpose as a neighborhood gathering place, The Distance. For many of us, the coffee shop is our neighborhood's "third place" — where the community gathers outside of work and home. But what if the community needs something else? I love this story about an entrepreneur who realized one community needed a better laundromat far more than a coffee shop. - Ann Marie

If Jon Stewart taught us anything, it’s that objectivity needs to die, A.V. Club. Here's probably the best Jon Stewart retrospective you'll read on his legacy and the hole he leaves as he steps away from The Daily Show. - Paul

Who do we blame when a robot threatens to kill people? Fusion, A guy in Amsterdam was forced to shut down a Twitter bot that inadvertently threatened to kill someone, and now we're at a point we have to start seriously considering who's to blame when robots break the law. Recommended reading prior to watching the destruction in Avengers: Age of Ultron this spring. - Paul

This Just In: Rebecca Minkoff Named Essie’s First Global Color Designer, Style, Excited to see what this partnership brings. Love me some Mink! - Chelsey

See New Illustrations of Alice in Wonderland by Rifle Paper Co.Vanity FairI'm a huge Rifle Paper fan and can't wait to add Anna Bond's latest child lit interpretation to my collection! - Jennifer

Love @RebeccaMinkoff? Help design the next bag. Submit photos that inspire you using hashtag #RMxNordstrom, Twitter, Have you heard? Nordstom and Rebecca Minkoff are taking design inspiration for their next collab via hashtag content submitted by customers. Interested to see the outcome! - Brooke

Don't Call Me Oscar, Tumblr, "One child's journey through the best picture nominees."

Pike Place Market Is Building a New Wing (Filled With Great Food), Seattle Met, Pike Place plans to grow. - Chelsey

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Coca-Cola Spreads Happiness Online With Emoji Web Addresses, ADWEEK, Don't underestimate the power of emojis. - Brooke

Client Reads

Spotlight Torrance 02.15 - Torrance Art Museum - Torrance CitiCABLE - Hosted by Julie Chan, YouTube, The Del Amo Fashion Center transformation was featured on Spotlight Torrance. Check out all the updates happening at the center. - Noelle

Whole Foods Market Brewery Dinner: Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider, Merlot Mommy, Next Brewery Dinner on February 26 - get excited! - Anna

Simon Youth Foundation Seeks Local Applicants for Scholarship Program, SouthSound Talk, "For a 16th straight year, Simon Youth Foundation, a national nonprofit that provides educational opportunities for at-risk high school students, is proud to support deserving students in the Seattle community through the Simon Youth Scholarship Program."