Tagged: culture

Living to appreciate sound

22-year-old Austin Johnston is aspiring to go back to school to study linguistics emphasizing in sign language. Why? Aside from growing up with numerous friends who are deaf or hard of hearing, he has a rare disease known as Meniere’s...

Steve McCurry

The Golden Age of photojournalism is the time during the 1930s through the 1950s when journalists were able to truly flex their skills with the advancement of the commercial 35mm Leica camera and the flash bulb. It was the beginning...

JOE BLOW

Story by Bruce Berman   Vincent Black Shadow (http://bit.ly/1Kd0nf1). Just the name is mysterious and dark and cool. When I was a kid on the south side of Chicago there was one. One. You could hear it coming from a...

The Gila River

The Gila Wilderness is more than our first wilderness designation it is also a unique and well preserved watershed that maintains the longest stretch of unencumbered  wilderness river left in the lower 48 states. The three forks and various tributaries...

A Night with Tin Tan

Silence falls in the Cathedral Plaza, where nobody is there but Mr Tintan always looking at the same way, making company to that lonely fountain, feeling like a guardian for the plaza. It’s interesting how something like this statute can...

POTW…10? Hatch

Railroading is highly important in a state like New Mexico. Once the iron horse reached most of the southwest, we became connected with the rest of the country. The same aesthetic goes for the small town of Hatch, as many...