Ernest Cole, photographer of apartheid

Ernest Cole, photographer of apartheid
“I couldn't get over it,” Cole says in “The Photographer,” a 2010 collection of his work. “[For] the first few days I carried it around with … He practiced for hours getting the camera up to his eye fast, shooting and then dropping it back under his …
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Fall events happening at Tohono Chul Park
It's been more than a decade since Tucsonans have been able to enjoy the food, crafts and festival atmosphere of La Fiesta de los Chiles as conceived by the Tucson Botanical Gardens. We think is it long past time that this tradition was revived, so we …
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South Africa Today: Apartheid by Another Name

South Africa Today: Apartheid by Another Name
Twelve years later, with my thirty-year banning from South Africa lifted, there was a pinch-me moment as I flew into Jan Smuts and handed my passport to a black immigration officer. “Welcome to our country,” she said. I quickly discovered that much of …
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Laid out in scattershot bursts on Flickr and Twitter, mixing descriptions of field maneuvers with the Free Syrian Army and references to country pop, Tice's information trail made for a thrilling, hard-charging alternative to the flak-jacketed puppetry …
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