Artist Mark di Suvero’s “Proverb” sculpture was 60 feet tall and stood at the corner of Woodall Rodgers and Pearl Street in Dallas, T.X. for nearly 13 years. Continue reading
LGBTQ African immigrants are the heart of “Limit(less),” a photography documentary project that illuminates the lives of first and second-generation LGBTQ Africans in the diaspora. Continue reading
A family carries on its tradition of rough-terrain unicycling across the beaches and mountains of Alaska. Continue reading
We’ve seen them glowing on New York City theater billboards, Las Vegas casinos and Hong Kong high-rises. They cast unbidden light and shadow into restaurants and homes, and are a part of the daily scenery for millions. But neon signs, once a vital part of a city’s culture and barometer for its economic climate, are fading out of sight as the once-popular technology disappears from the streets. Continue reading
N.W.A.’s seminal album “Straight outta Compton” painted the Los Angeles area city as a hotbed for gang banging and drug dealing. But long after its 1988 debut, its residents have been working to change that image: Compton is not what it used to be. Continue reading
As Jon Stewart prepares the leave “The Daily Show,” we looked back at the moments the show and its alums crossed into the world of policy. Continue reading
The National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., turned their Great Hall into a massive beach complete with an ocean made of 700,000 to 1 million translucent plastic balls.
Kim Kardashian West, the queen of selfies, released a 448-page coffee table book last month with her trademark pout on the cover. Titled “Selfish,” the celebrity culled photos from her highly popular Instagram account. And while she’s bookended by friends, stylists and that one time with Jennifer Lopez, nearly every photo has an unsurprising focal point: her. Continue reading