On a day when more than 70 unarmed protestors have been shot by Yemeni security forces, USA Today leads A1 with a story about airline fees. Not only does this story lead, the same story (by the same author) also … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2011
Moises Saman’s photo from Tripoli appeared in today’s International section of the New York Times above the headline “Islamists’ Growing Sway Raises Questions About Shape of New Libya.” The photo itself is excellent, and the gunman’s gaze engages readers instantly … Continue reading
“Nothing is evil which is according to nature.” – Marcus Aurelius As the tectonic plates of revolution amplify the pressure on Moammar Gaddafi’s regime, they burp out pieces of life—small scraps of personality that unwittingly remind us of the great … Continue reading
This collection of writing is named after a weekly photo feature that ran for decades in LIFE Magazine. It is only personal and does not reflect the views of anyone other than myself.