At concerts, camera phones have replaced cigarette lighters to show audience appreciation. Here are five tricks of the trade by a professional concert photographer.
By Larisa Epatko
WASHINGTON -- In 1980, a nightclub opened in Washington, D.C., away from the tourists' Candie's sandals and Polaroid cameras, and among the bail bondsmen and porn shops.
The Kenya Wildlife Service burned the largest stash of elephant tusks and rhino horns ever assembled in one place on Saturday. It was an effort to eliminate the prized but illegal ivory from the market.
By Corinne Segal
Jeanne Selander had never worked in a jail before she came to save the zoo at the Stock Island Detention Center in Key West.
By Sebastian Rich
Severe droughts are stifling Somalia and forecasts of little rain this year will make things worse, particularly in northern Somalia where people are dependent on livestock for food, the United Nations recently said.
Artist Bruce Munro has installed 50,000 lights in Australia's Northern Territory, a project he dubbed "Field of Light."…
By Larisa Epatko
With fireworks crackling and incense burning, families celebrated the Chinese Lunar New Year on Monday by eating, dancing and cleaning house.
Alejandro Aravena, an architect known for his innovative approach to solving urban problems through social design, received the Pritzker Prize on Wednesday.
By Abbey Oldham
From David Robert Jones to Davie Jones to David Bowie to Ziggy Stardust and back, transformative British rocker David Bowie was a counterculture icon with a following that transcended music, fashion and beyond.
No, these designs aren’t the latest in 3D printing technology; they are photographs of snowflakes taken by self-taught Moscow photographer, Alexey Kljatov.
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