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Over forty years ago, LIFE magazine published an intimate and, for the time, remarkably even-handed article on the mounting problems associated with street gangs in New York and other cities around the country. The piece focused on one gang in particular — the Reapers in the South Bronx — and featured a series of powerful
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Temples rise from the arid desert floor, minivans grow horns and dusty revelers cycle through the hazy expanse in photographer Zahra Khan’s images taken at last year’s Burning Man festival. Held since the early 1990s in a five-mile site in the Black Rock Desert, some 120 miles north of Reno, Nevada, Burning Man serves as
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Neil Armstrong, who died on Saturday, August 25, at 82 years old, was one of those rare, genuine heroes whose legend grew larger with passing years not because he nurtured the myths that attached to him as the first human to walk on the moon, but because he quietly, resolutely refused to play the role
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A Holden VB Commodore muscle car appears suspended above the clouds in New Zealand-born photographer Simon Davidson’s latest “burnout” series. The cult gear-head activity involves spinning the rear wheels of a stationary car, by simultaneously hitting the breaks and gas, until the extreme heat from the resulting friction burns the rubber tires, literally shredding them
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Today is the first day of our favorite Belgian festival, Pukkelpop. Last year a unexpected whirlwind caused an early, dramatic end to this festival. Three people lost their lives. It left the festival goers, organization and the rest of our country in shock and disbelieve. Nevertheless thanks to the organization’s positivity and passion today Pukkelpop
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Long overdue, this pictures of Belgian Supermodel Anouck Lepère in her stylish and chic apartment in Antwerp. Face of Hugo Boss, muse to Gaia Repossi and dedicated charity ambassador, supermodel Anouck Lepère found time to welcome photographer Estelle Hanania into her elegant Antwerp apartment. A tasteful blend of old meets new, Lepère’s home offsets Moroccan
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You probably don’t live in a geodesic dome. And there’s no Dymaxion car in your garage . Also you probably don’t use a Dymaxion map on the road. From a purely commercial perspective, the man behind all of those creations, Buckminster Fuller, was a failed inventor. And yet, at the same time, he was one
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“Film actress Marilyn Monroe is found dead in her bed with an empty bottle of sleeping tablets by her side.” It’s been five decades since the world woke up one day to find out Marilyn Monroe was with us no more — gone way too early. But before that dark day in 1962, her dramatic life and
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This might not be your average City Furniture blogpost, but these pictures just made us smile and we can’t NOT share them with you. Life magazine visits the famous Pink Palace at 10100 Sunset Blvd. in Beverly Hills where Jayne Mansfield – actress, singer, sex symbol of the 50′s and early 60′s – lived with
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Andrew Geller, also known as the architect of Happiness, embodied postwar ingenuity and optimism in a series of inexpensive beach houses in whimsical shapes and helped bringing modernism to the masses with prefabricated cottages sold at Macy’s. Last year he died in Syracuse. He was 87 and lived in Spencer, N.Y. Mr. Geller designed the
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As the 2012 London Olympics get underway, we looks back at another summer Olympiad in the great English capital, seven decades ago, when the city hosted the 1948 Games. Taking place just three short years after the end of the Second World War, when much of the city — and indeed, much of Europe —
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Have you ever walked past a house on your way to work and thought, Wouldn’t it be nice to live there. Artist Judith Brenner did. But unlike most of us, Judith loved the house so much that, in July 2002, she and her husband, Jonathan, took things a step further by phoning the owners and
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San Diego beach boys scan the waves and sun-kissed babes hold court in Ron Church’s immortal images of 60s West Coast surf culture. The late photographer’s lesser-known work is collected in Ron Church CA/HI 60 to 65, a new tome co-published by editor Tom Adler and The Surfer’s Journal, and comprised of scenes snapped up
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Japanese surrealist Terunobu Fujimori reveals his otherworldly vision: A one-legged teahouse suspended amid cherry trees in the Japanese mountains showcases the vivid imagination and designs of architect Terunobu Fujimori. Conceiving his first creation at the age of 42, Fujimori is considered one of the world’s first surrealists in his field. Working solely with natural materials
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This post is an ode to indoor plants, the finishing touch to any urban interior. On top of that one out of three houseplants can actually provide fresh air for good health. Our favorites: - The Areca Palm (or Chrysalidocarpus lutescens) is does great air cleansing work during the day. About 4 shoulder height plants per person
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