Today we’re adding a new regular feature to the blog: a weekly collection of our favorite stamp-related links. We’d love for this to be an interactive feature. The Internet is a big place; we’re bound to miss something. If you see an interesting story about stamps, feel free to Tweet it to @USPSstamps or post it on our Facebook page.
Now, on to our favorite links of the week!
On National Dance Day, the U.S. Postal Service dedicated the Innovative Choreographers stamps in Los Angeles County’s Grand Park.
Hometown hero José Limón—who is featured on the Innovative Choreographers stamps—was celebrated on NJ.com.
The Washington Post’s Reliable Source blog discussed the newly announced Lady Bird Johnson stamp and the soon-to-be re-issued 1960s wildflower beautification stamps.
Letters of Note featured an inspirational response to a middle school teacher written by Pixar animator Pete Docter, who directed Up and Monsters, Inc.—the latter film appears on the 2012 Mail a Smile stamps.
Vibe posted a great gallery of photos from the Miles Davis stamp dedication concert.
Have a favorite stamp link this week? Tell us about it in the comments.