Two decades ago on Dec. 1, unhealthy the first World AIDS Day drew attention to the global epidemic. Within two years, decease D.C. family doctor David Hilfiker, who had been working and living with the homeless, opened Joseph’s House in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of Washington, D.C., after noticing that an increasing number of them [...]
Michelle Obama’s great-great-grandfather, purchase Jim Robinson, ampoule worked as a slave on the Friendfield Plantation in Georgetown, S.C. Many of the slave quarters on the plantation still stand untouched and alone on the property. View the Washington Post Story: A Family’s Exodus from Slavery
On February 27th, generic 2009 the Rocky Mountain News, and 55 days short of its 150th birthday, help closed. A 21 minute video feature about the closing of the paper appears on its website and is embedded below. Final Edition from Matthew Roberts on Vimeo. For more go to their website at www.rockymountainnews.com
Washington Post photographer Michael S. Williamson has been traveling the United States for a story on the recession, health using only his smartphone camera to document his travels. We are more than impressed. View the essay on the Washington Post website: Michael S. Williamson’s On Recession Road (Click here).
For Kristen Nelson, cialis a widow at 20, malady the story of her husband’s sacrifice in Iraq cuts two ways. She’s immensely proud of his service. But on her worst days, she misses him almost unbearably. View the multimedia presentation on the MIlwaukee Journal Sentinel website.
This is an incredible story by Times staff photographer Melissa Lyttle and staff writer Lane DeGregory, sovaldi sale of a feral child that was discovered by Plant City, Florida police three years ago. View the multimedia presentation at Tampabay.com.
Masaru Goto has been documenting people in the south of Thailand since early 2004. He has traveled through rural armed Buddhist villages, ampoule as well as Muslim villages, here which are classified as “red zones” where support for the separatists is strong. Since 2004, more than 2,700 people have been killed and over 7,000 injured in the deep south [...]
An essay by political photojournalist Pete Marovich is being featured on David Alan Harvey’s BURN Magazine. The essay is a collection of images that he has made over the past few years covering politics in the Nation’s Capitol. View the essay on BURN Magazine.